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Precious Jesus

Representative Text

Precious Jesus, how I love you.
How I lift high my voice with your praise.
Holy Spirit, I implore thee,
drench my heart as my lips part your grace.

Precious Jesus, how I love you.
How I lift high my voice with your praise.
Holy Spirit, I implore thee,
drench my heart as my lips part your grace.

I am persuaded, Lord, to love you.
I have been changed to bless your name.
I am constrained by this great gospel,
for ever to worship thee.

Source: Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #366

Author: Thomas Whitfield

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Text Information

First Line: Precious Jesus, how I love You
Title: Precious Jesus
Author: Thomas Whitfield
Language: English

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African American Heritage Hymnal #576

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Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #366

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Zion still Sings #157

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