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Jesus hath redeemed me

Jesus hath redeemed me and I gladly sing His praise

Author: Fred S. Shepard
Tune: [Jesus hath redeemed me and I gladly sing His praise]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Jesus hath redeemed me and I gladly sing His praise,
That the world may know the wonders of His love;
Telling how to win me from the error of my ways,
Jesus left His throne above.

Refrain:
Jesus my Saviour, Jesus my Saviour,
Infinite God of Love, leaving His throne above,
Jesus, my Saviour, Jesus my Saviour,
Dying from sin to set me free.

2 Jesus hath redeemed me, hallelujah to His name!
From the pow’r of evil He hath set me free;
Now with joy I hasten all the goodness to proclaim
Of the Christ who died for me. [Refrain]

3 Jesus hath redeemed me, what a wondrous love is this!
Gave His life a ransom on the cruel tree;
Now my soul He filleth with a sweet, abiding bliss,
And His Spirit lives in me. [Refrain]

Source: The Gospel Chorus: for use in prayer meetings, young people's societies and revivals #91

Author: Fred S. Shepard

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Text Information

First Line: Jesus hath redeemed me and I gladly sing His praise
Title: Jesus hath redeemed me
Author: Fred S. Shepard
Refrain First Line: Jesus, my Savior, Jesus, my blessed Redeemer

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Glad Tidings for Sunday Schools, Revival Meetings #d69

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The Gospel Chorus #91

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