Saved by Grace

Saved, and saved alone by grace

Author: William Gadsby
Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Saved, and saved alone by grace;
Saved to see my Saviour’s face;
Saved from Satan’s iron yoke,
And the law that I had broke.

2 Saved from sin, that hateful foe
That has millions plunged in woe,
Saved from all its reigning power;
Saved to serve my lusts no more.

3 Saved, nor can I be condemned;
Jesus Christ, the sinner’s Friend,
Took my place and vengeance bore,
Me to save for evermore.

4 Death, nor hell, nor world, nor sin,
Foes without, nor foes within,
Ever can my soul destroy;
I am saved eternally.

Source: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #576

Author: William Gadsby

Gadsby, William , was born in 1773 at Attleborough, in Warwickshire. In 1793 he joined the Baptist church at Coventry, and in 1798 began to preach. In 1800 a chapel was built for him at Desford, in Leicestershire, and two years later another in the town of Hinckley. In 1805 he removed to Manchester, becoming minister of a chapel in Rochdale Boad, where he continued until his death, in January, 1844. Gadsby was for many years exceedingly popular as a preacher of the High Calvinist faith, and visited in that capacity most parts of England. He published The Nazarene's Songs, being a composition of Original Hymns, Manchester, 1814; and Hymns on the Death of the Princess Charlotte, Manchester, 1817. In 1814 he also published A Selection of Hymn… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Saved, and saved alone by grace
Title: Saved by Grace
Author: William Gadsby
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



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A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #576

The Good Old Songs #d467

The Good Old Songs #d467

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