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I Will Sing of My Savior

Representative Text

1 I will sing of my Savior
And tell of His love,
His compassion so boundless and free;
He went down into death
To deliver my soul,
And He brought full salvation to me.

Refrain:
I’ll tell in glad strains
How He’s broken my chains,
And thrown open my prison below;
Bounding high on glad wing,
Like a bird I will sing,
How He saved me from sorrow and woe.

2 There were many sad years,
Full of grief and of fears,
And my bondage increased day by day;
But He threw in His light,
And dispelled all my night,
And my darkness all vanished away. [Refrain]

3 Now by day and by night,
All my pathway is bright,
And my heart sings aloud in His praise;
Full salvation complete,
All my foes ’neath my feet,
And I run with delight in His ways. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9041

Author: J. W. Cullom

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Text Information

First Line: I Will Sing of My Savior
Author: J. W. Cullom
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I'll tell in glad strains how He's broken my chains
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #9041
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