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Mein Singen preiset Jesus, des Gnad mein Leben krönt

Mein Singen preiset Jesus, des Gnad mein Leben krönt

Tune: [Mein Singen preiset Jesus, des Gnad mein Leben krönt]
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1 Mein Singen preiset Jesus, des Gnad mein Leben krönt,
die Fülle Seiner Liebe im Herzen widertönt!
Mein Singen preiset Jesus, das teure Gotteslamm,
das mich mit Seinem Blute erkauft am Kreuzesstamm.

2 Mein Singen preiset Jesus! Zu Seinen Füßen ruh
ich voller Glück und höre nur Seiner Rede zu.
Mein Singen preiset Jesus, es komme, wie es will,
ich preise Seine Gnade beschämend große Füll.

3 Mein Singen preiset Jesus! Denn jeder neue Schritt
bringt ein Entgegeneilen der ewgen Heimat mit.
Durchschreite ich die Tore des Paradieses, dann
beginnt das Lied von Jesus, das nie mehr enden kann.

Source: Glaubenslieder #498

Text Information

First Line: Mein Singen preiset Jesus, des Gnad mein Leben krönt
Language: German
Publication Date: 2001
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2001.


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Glaubenslieder #498

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