Salvation, shout salvation we who God's gifts

Salvation, shout salvation we who God's gifts

Author: Charles Coller
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Salvation! Shout salvation,
We who God’s gifts enjoy;
Let sanctified elation
Our grateful songs employ.
The sweet redemption story
To us is ever new;
To Jesus be the glory,
Our Saviour strong and true.

2 Salvation! Sing salvation;
Was e’er so grand a theme?
Sing on till every nation
Shall hear of Calvary’s stream.
Sing out the tidings glorious
That God so loved the world,
Till Christ shall be victorious
And Hell be backward hurled.

3 Salvation! Speak salvation
In every sinner’s ear;
It carries consolation,
It stanches sorrow’s tear.
The sad, the sick, the dying,
In Chri st are fully blest;
Yea, all on him relying
In him find perfect rest.

4 Salvation! Shout salvation
Till Jesus comes again
To claim each blood-bou ght nation
And o’er his Kingdom reign.
Soon we in realms of Glory
Shall join the ransomed throng,
And sing the deathless story,
Redemption’s endless song.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #828

Author: Charles Coller

Born: March 5, 1863, Rom­ford, Es­sex, Eng­land. Died: March 21, 1935, Ed­mon­ton, Mid­dle­sex, Eng­land. Coller grew up in Wood­ford, and joined the Sal­va­tion Ar­my (SA) at Re­gent Hall in 1885. He was a mem­ber of the SA House­hold Troops Band on its first cam­paign in 1887, and lat­er played the trom­bone in the SA In­ter­na­tion­al Staff Band. Be­gin­ning in 1895, he worked in var­i­ous SA trade de­pots, then in the Trade De­partment (later Sal­va­tion­ist Pub­lish­ing and Sup­plies Ltd) in Lon­don. His last ap­point­ment was in charge of the mu­sic pub­li­ca­tions de­part­ment, and he re­tired as an SA ma­jor in 1928. In 1880 he won a co­py of Heber’s Po­ems as a prize for a tem­p… Go to person page >

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