You Must Be Redeemed

Is your life full of trial, do you seek sweet peace?

Author: Lewis E. Jones (1903)
Tune: [Is your life full of trial, do you seek sweet peace?]
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1. Is your life full of trial, do you seek sweet peace?
You must be redeemed by the blood.
From the chains that have bound you would you find release?
You must be redeemed by the blood.

Refrain
You must be redeemed, you must be redeemed,
You must be redeemed by the blood;
O trust and believe, salvation receive,
You must be redeemed by the blood.

2. Would you press on to glory with a Savior near?
You must be redeemed by the blood.
Would your soul rise in vict’ry over doubt and fear?
You must be redeemed by the blood. [Refrain]

3. Do you seek for His pardon lest your soul shall die?
You must be redeemed by the blood.
For His grace all sufficient doth your spirit cry?
You must be redeemed by the blood. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #7796

Author: Lewis E. Jones

Lewis Edgar Jones, 1865-1936 Born: Feb­ru­a­ry 8, 1865, Yates City, Il­li­nois. Died: Sep­tem­ber 1, 1936, San­ta Bar­ba­ra, Cal­i­for­nia. Pseudonyms: Lewis Edgar Edgar Lewis Mary Slater A class­mate of evan­gel­ist Bil­ly Sun­day, Jones at­tend­ed the Moo­dy Bi­ble In­sti­tute. Af­ter grad­u­a­tion, he worked for the Young Men’s Christ­ian As­so­ci­a­tion in Da­ven­port, Io­wa; Fort Worth, Tex­as (1915); and San­ta Bar­ba­ra, Cal­i­forn­ia (1925). Hymn writ­ing was his avo­ca­tion. © The Cyber Hymnal™ (www.hymntime.com/tch)  Go to person page >

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First Line: Is your life full of trial, do you seek sweet peace?
Title: You Must Be Redeemed
Author: Lewis E. Jones (1903)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: You must be redeemed, you must be redeemed
Copyright: Public Domain

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