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I'm Happy Now

I'm happy now my sins are gone

Author: Cadet Boles (1895)
Tune: [I'm happy now my sins are gone]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Representative Text

1. I’m happy now my sins are gone,
They’ve all been washed away;
The Savior washed me in His blood
That flowed on Calvary.

I do believe, I now believe,
That Jesus died to save my soul;
I do believe, I now believe,
That Jesus makes me whole.

2. I once was down in Egypt’s land—
A land of sin and woe—
But I have reached the promised land,
Where milk and honey flow. [Refrain]

3. Praise God! just now my title’s clear
To mansions in the skies,
And I shall dwell with Him above,
Where pleasure never dies. [Refrain]

4. Now sinner, won’t you come to Him
Who died on Calvary?
He’ll wash away your every sin,
Set you at liberty. [Refrain]

Author: Cadet Boles

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Text Information

First Line: I'm happy now my sins are gone
Title: I'm Happy Now
Author: Cadet Boles (1895)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I do believe, I now believe
Copyright: Public Domain


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