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He Satisfies Me

O Jesus is a satisfying portion

Author: Charles S. Eisenbrey
Tune: [O Jesus is a satisfying portion]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 Oh! Jesus is a satisfying portion,
He lives within my heart,
He gives the weary rest,
He calms the troubled breast,
He has promised me He never will depart;
He feeds me with the precious bread of heaven,
Living water He’ll supply,
He’ll give me all my needs,
I will follow where He leads,
Till I reach that home on high.

He satisfies me, He satisfies me,
Oh! won’t you come and love this Friend so true?
If you will give your heart to my dear Savior,
I know He will satisfy you.

2 Oh! I am trusting in my precious Savior,
He’s with me to the end,
He satisfies my soul,
My broken heart made whole,
I have proved Him and on Him I can depend.
He listens to the faintest little whisper,
And hears me when I call;
He’s ever by my side,
And in Him I do abide,
For He is my all in all. [Refrain]

3 Oh! who will come and trust this loving Savior,
A life anew to live?
The darkest day is light,
There’ll come to thee no night,
For His love will dissipate all seeming wrong.
Your life will then be turn’d to sweetest singing,
And His praise shall be thy theme,
Your life like one song dream
Or like some sweet, flowing stream
Shall open grand and true. [Refrain]

Source: Best Hymns No. 4 #103

Author: Charles S. Eisenbrey

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Text Information

First Line: O Jesus is a satisfying portion
Title: He Satisfies Me
Author: Charles S. Eisenbrey
Language: English
Refrain First Line: He satisfies me


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