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O Savior, now to thee we raise

O Savior, now to thee we raise

Published in 2 hymnals

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1 O Saviour, now to thee we raise
With thankful hearts a song of praise,
For all that thou for us hast done,
For sinners saved, for victories won;
That more may thy salvation see,
We dedicate ourselves to thee.

2 O bring the vilest and the worst,
Whose lives are most by sin accurst,
That they may know there’s mercy still
And hope for whoso ever will;
That sinners changed to saints may be,
We dedicate ourselves to thee.

3 That soldiers may be trained to fight,
And daily walk with thee in white,
That they thy purpose more may know,
And do thy perfect will below,
That all through thee may victors be,
We dedicate ourselves to thee.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #919

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #919

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