O Gracious Savior

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1 O gracious Savior, Thou hast giv’n
My trembling soul to know
That, trusting in Thy precious blood,
I’m washed as white as snow;
I’m washed as white as snow,
I’m washed as white as snow;
That, trusting in Thy precious blood,
I’m washed as white as snow.

2 Since Thou hast borne sin’s heavy load
My guilty fear is o’er;
Made Thine, by virtue of Thy blood,
I’m sealed forevermore:
I’m sealed forevermore,
I’m sealed forevermore;
Made Thine, by virtue of Thy blood,
I’m sealed forevermore.

3 What wait I for, most blessed Lord,
Except Thy face to see?
If such the earnest Thou hast giv’n,
What must Thy presence be?
What must Thy presence be?
What must Thy presence be?
If such the earnest Thou hast giv’n,
What must Thy presence be?

4 To hear Thy voice, to see Thy face,
And grieve Thy heart no more;
But drink the fulness of Thy grace,
Thy love forevermore:
Thy love forevermore,
Thy love forevermore;
But drink the fulness of Thy grace,
Thy love forevermore.


Source: Choice Hymns of the Faith #338

Author: George Cutting

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First Line: O gracious Savior, thou hast given
Title: O Gracious Savior
Author: George Cutting
Copyright: Public Domain

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