1 Redeemed and saved!
For me the Saviour suffered,
Laid down His life, a ransom for my own;
Took on Himself my load of condemnation,
And tread the cruel wine-press all alone.
Redeemed! redeemed! my grateful heart keeps singing,
Redeemed and saved! How wonderful it seems!
My sin is gone, I am an heir of glory,
O bliss indeed, beyond my brightest dreams!
2 Redeemed and saved!
Oh! rapturous was the moment,
When, in despair, I found His pardon free;
When first I knew the Son of God, in dying,
Had died for me, had died for even me. [Refrain]
3 Redeemed and saved!
No more a wand’ring alien,
No more the guilt, the fears I felt before;
But now a peace and joy that never faileth;
Since I am His, yes, His forevermore! [Refrain]
Source: Great Revival Hymns No.2 #47
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