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Jesus came and brought me peace

Jesus came and brought me peace

Author: Stella McNutt
Tune: [Jesus came and brought me peace]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 Jesus came and bro’t me peace,
Hope and never ending joy;
And in Him I find repose,
Which the world cannot destroy.

Refrain:
Vict’ry then shall all my life proclaim;
Jesus’ blood has cleansed my soul!
And He speaks in tend’rest tones to me
“Sin no more, thou art made whole.”

2 Jesus came and bro’t me love,
Love fulfilling, all commands;
Yes, I know it was for me,
For He showed two nailed-pierced hands. [Refrain]

3 Jesus came and bro’t me pow’r,
Pow’r to live and do His will;
And to lead some weaker one
Nearer to sweet Calv’ry’s hill. [Refrain]

4 Jesus came and bro’t me life,
Life forever more, the same;
And He’ll give the same to you,
Just believe on His dear Name. [Refrain]

Source: The Best of All: complete #88

Author: Stella McNutt

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First Line: Jesus came and brought me peace
Author: Stella McNutt
Refrain First Line: Victory then shall all my life proclaim
Copyright: Public Domain

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