An uttermost salvation

Representative Text

1 My songs arise in fervent adoration,
A paean to the gracious King of Kings;
For he has saved me with a great salvation,
And keeps me safe beneath his shelt'ring wing.

He saves me with an uttermost salvation;
He makes my heart his spirit's dwelling place;
Thro' life I'll praise him with glad adoration,
And after death I'll praise him face to face.

2 When wand'ring far from him, he sought and found me,
A sheep, astray on mountains bleak and cold;
He put his arms of tenderness around me,
Call'd me his child, and wooed me to his fold. [Chorus]

3 He bore me in his arms of loving kindness,
Soothed all my sorrows, strengthened me when weak;
He touch'd my eyes that long were seal'd in blindness,
Then loosed my stam'ring tongue and bade me speak. [Chorus]

Source: The Voice of Praise: a compilation of the very best sacred songs for use in Sunday Schools and praise services #102

Author: Maggie E. Gregory

Late 19th and early 20th centuries; wrote gospel hymns.  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: My songs arise in fervent adoration
Title: An uttermost salvation
Author: Maggie E. Gregory
Refrain First Line: He saves me with an uttermost salvation
Copyright: Public Domain



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Revival Gems No. 1 #d39

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The Voice of Praise #102

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