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I am satisfied with Jesus

Once I wandered in the darkness, Like a sheep, alone and cold

Author: Anna H. Schuler
Tune: [Once I wandered in the darkness] (Schuler)
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Once I wandered in the darkness,
Like a sheep, alone and cold;
Then it was that Jesus found me,
Bro’t me back into the fold.

Refrain:
I am satisfied with Jesus,
I am satisfied with Jesus,
He bestowed on me His grace,
That I may behold His face,
And reign with Him forevermore.

2 Oh, how blessed this assurance,
That the Christ within me lives;
What a pleasure in His service,
When to me His pow’r He gives. [Refrain]

3 Pressing onward, upward ever,
With the Saviour by my side,
Naught can sever this relation,
If I close to Him abide. [Refrain]

4 Have you found this great Redeemer,
Would you now behold His face?
Give to Him your heart sin-burdened,
He will save you by His grace. [Refrain]

Source: The Tabernacle Hymns #171

Author: Anna H. Schuler

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First Line: Once I wandered in the darkness, Like a sheep, alone and cold
Title: I am satisfied with Jesus
Author: Anna H. Schuler
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Tabernacle Hymns #171

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