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God has forgiven me

If all my sins could be written down

Author: J. I. McClelland
Tune: [If all my sins could be written down]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 If all my sins could be written down,
So I might their blackness see,
No joy of earth could my sorrows drown,
But God has forgiven me.

Refrain:
He blotted them out with His precious blood,
He wash’d my sins away,
And now I belong to the Lord forever,
And he is mine today.

2 If I could measure from west to east,
To see where my sins might be,
I could not find them, the worst or least,
For God has forgiven me. [Refrain]

3 Since God remembers my sins no more,
But buried them in the sea,
I’ll sing His praises, His name adore,
For God has forgiven me. [Refrain]

Source: New Songs of Praise and Power 1-2-3 Combined #301

Author: J. I. McClelland

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Text Information

First Line: If all my sins could be written down
Title: God has forgiven me
Author: J. I. McClelland
Refrain First Line: He blotted them out with his precous blood



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