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1 Just a single look at Jesus
Makes me sing and bless His name;
Fills my soul with peace and gladness,
Takes away all care and pain.
Just a single look at Jesus,
O how precious to behold!
And the peace and joy it bringeth,
Surely never can be told.
2 Just a single look at Jesus
Fills my soul with holy mirth,
Makes me feel how vain and transient
Are the fleeting things of earth. [Refrain]
3 Just a single look at Jesus
Shows my heart its depth of sin;
Draws me to the living fountain,
Cleanseth me from every stain. [Refrain]
4 Just a single look at Jesus
Drives all sorrow from my breast;
Makes the grave a starry portal,
Leading to the land of rest. [Refrain]
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9276