His blood has redeemed me

O I am so happy in Jesus, His blood has redeemed

Author: Arthur T. Pierson
Published in 7 hymnals

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1. Oh, I am so happy in Jesus,
His blood has redeemed me from sin;
I weep and I sing in my gladness,
To know He is dwelling within.

Oh, I am so happy in Jesus,
From sin and from sorrow so free;
So happy that He is my Savior,
So happy that Jesus loves me.

2. Oh, I am so happy in Jesus,
He taught me the secret of faith,
To rest in believing His promise,
And trust whatsoever He saith. [Refrain]

3. Oh, I am so happy in Jesus,
I lay my whole soul at His feet;
The love He has kindled within me
Makes service and suffering sweet. [Refrain]

4. Oh, I am so happy in Jesus,
If earth in His love is so blest,
What joy in His glorified presence,
To sit at His feet as His guest. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #4967

Author: Arthur T. Pierson

Pierson, Arthur Tappan, D.D., was born in New York city, March 6, 1837, and educated at Hamilton College. He entered the Presbyterian ministry in 1830, and was pastor successively in Binghampton and in Waterford, New York, and Fort Street, Detroit; his last charge being the Bethany Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. (Duffield's English Hymns, 1886, p. 576.) Dr. Pierson's hymns include:— 1. Once I was dead in sin. Praise for Salvation. 2. The Gospel of Thy grace. The Love of God in Christ. 3. To Thee, O God [Lord], we raise. Divine Beneficence. 4. With harps and with viols there stand a great throng. The New Song. Of these hymns, No. 3 is in Hymns and Songs of Praise, N. Y., 1874, and the Laudes Domini, N. Y., 1884;… Go to person page >

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First Line: O I am so happy in Jesus, His blood has redeemed
Title: His blood has redeemed me
Author: Arthur T. Pierson



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