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Is Jesus able to redeem

Is Jesus able to redeem

Author: Anne R. Cousin
Tune: ESROM
Published in 4 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

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1. Is Jesus able to redeem
A sinner lost, like me?
My sins so great, so many seem!
O sinner, come and see.

Refrain
The blood that Jesus shed of old
Was shed for you and me:
And there is room within the fold—
O come to Him and see.

2. Is Jesus willing to forgive
A rebel child, like me?
Who would not in His favor live?
O rebel, come and see. [Refrain]

3. Is Jesus waiting to relieve
A wanderer, like me,
Who chose the Father’s house to leave?
O wanderer, come and see. [Refrain]

4. Is Jesus ready now to save
A guilty one, like me,
Who brought Him to the cross and grave?
Come, guilty one, and see. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2846

Author: Anne R. Cousin

Cousin, Anne Ross, née Cundell, is the only daughter of David Ross Cundell, M.D., Leith, and is the widow of the Rev. William Cousin, late Minister of the Free Church of Melrose. She has contributed many poems to various periodicals; 7 hymns to The Service of Praise, 1865, edited by the Rev. J. H. Wilson, of Edinburgh; and 1 to the Psalms and Hymns for Divine Worship, 1866, the Hymnal of the English Presbyterian Church. Four of her hymns are included in the Scottish Presbyterian Hymnal, 1876. Her most popular hymn, "The sands of time are sinking," was first published in The Christian Treasury for 1857, and gives its title to the collected edition of her poems published in 1876, as Immanuel’s Land and other Pieces by A. R. C. This is a co… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Is Jesus able to redeem
Author: Anne R. Cousin
Refrain First Line: The blood that Jesus shed of old

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The Cyber Hymnal #2846
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