Glory all the way

Saved by grace alone, God's own Word believing

Author: John H. Sammis
Tune: [Saved by grace alone]
Published in 13 hymnals

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1 Saved by grace alone, God’s own Word believing—
It is gory all the way!
Walking in the light, daily grace receiving—
It is gory all the way!

Refrain:
Glory! Glory!
It is glory all the way!
Glory! Glory!
It is glory all the way!

2 Not a care have I since my Saviour careth—
It is gory all the way!
Guided by His eye, while with me He fareth—
It is gory all the way! [Refrain]

3 Severed from the world, His dear name confessing—
It is gory all the way!
Taking up the cross, sharing in the blessing—
It is gory all the way! [Refrain]

4 Sinner, put your trust in this loving Saviour—
It is gory all the way!
Freely He forgives all our past behavior—
It is gory all the way! [Refrain]

5 Working day by day, minded that He sees us—
It is gory all the way!
Watch and wait and pray, Looking unto Jesus—
It is gory all the way! [Refrain]

Source: The Voice of Thanksgiving #32

Author: John H. Sammis

John H. Sammis was born in Brooklyn. He moved to Logansport, Indiana when ye was 22, where he was converted to Christianity. He was active in the Y.M.C.A., serving as secretary for the Terre Haute Association and later becoming State Secretary. After this, he studied at Lane and McCormack seminaries and was ordained in the Presbyterian church at Glidden, Iowa. He also pastored churches in Indianapolis, Grand Haven, MI, Red Wing and St. Paul, Minn. In 1909 he became associated with the Los Angeles Bible Institute. He wrote more that 100 hymns. Dianne Shapiro, from "The Singers and Their Songs: sketches of living gospel hymn writers" by Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Chicago: The Rodeheaver Company, 1916) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Saved by grace alone, God's own Word believing
Title: Glory all the way
Author: John H. Sammis
Refrain First Line: Glory, glory, it is glory all the way

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