His Dying Love

Representative Text

1. My life was darkened once by sin,
I would not let my Saviour in;
But now I cannot from him part
His dying love has won my heart.

His dying love has won my heart,
And now I cannot from him part
His dying love has won my heart.

2. There is no place I love so well
As by my Master's side to dwell;
He bids my doubts and fears depart,
Since dying love has won my heart. [Chorus]

3. Oh happy day! Oh blissful hour!
When Jesus by his matchless pow'r
Broke Satan's spell and magic art,
And dying love thus won my heart. [Chorus]

4. Oh, sinful one do not delay!
But seek his joy and peace to-day,
He will just now to you impart
His dying love that won my heart. [Chorus]

Source: Carols of Hope: a compilation of select sacred songs for use in Sunday schools, praise and young people's services #44

Author: Clarence M. Seamans

Seamans, Clarence Milton. (Johnston, Rhode Island, February 8, 1869--July 21, 1939, Whitman, Massachusetts). Direct descendant of Roger Williams, the founder of the Rhode Island Colony. Seamans married Annie May Bennett on October 8, 1890; they had four children. Ordained to the ministry of the Advent Christian Church, he served their churches in Pascoag and River Point, R.I.; Dover, New Hampshire; Chelsea, Springfield, and Boston, Mass.; and Rutland, Vermont. His last 19 years were spent as pastor in Whitman, Mass. For many years, he was secretary of the Massachusetts Advent Christian Conference and of the Marion (Mass.) Campmeeting Association. He was also active in the Alton Bay (N.H.) Campmeeting Association. He contributed many arti… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: My life was darkened once by sin
Title: His Dying Love
Author: Clarence M. Seamans
Language: English
Refrain First Line: His dying love has won my heart
Copyright: Public Domain



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