Saved, Fully Saved

Saved, saved, saved, saved by the blood

Author: Henry R. Trickett
Tune: [Saved! saved! saved! saved by the blood of the Lamb]
Published in 6 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

Saved! saved! saved! saved by the blood of the Lamb,—
Yielding at last to the soul-saving word,
Owning that Jesus is Saviour and Lord,
Trusting alone in His name.

Chorus:
Angels rejoice o’er the dead made alive,
Swelling the chorus in praise of His name;
Sing, O my soul, for now thou art free!
Saved by the blood of the Lamb.

1 Saved! saved! saved! ransomed from death and the grave;
Strong was the arm that redeemed me from sin,
Precious the blood that has washed my soul clean,
Great was the grace that forgave.

2 Saved! saved! saved! numbered with those who believe;
Written my name in the Lamb’s book of life;
Armed and equipped for the war and the strife,
Daily His grace I receive. [Chorus]

3 Saved! saved! saved! never from Christ will I roam;
Death with its fetters cannot bind me fast,
Mansions of glory await me at last,
Angels will welcome me home. [Chorus]


Source: Gospel Praise Book.: a collection of choice gems of sacred song suitable for church service, gospel praise meetings, and family devotions. (Complete ed.) #19

Author: Henry R. Trickett

Henry Robert Tricket (sometimes called Harry Robert Tricket), born December 1839, Nottinghamshire, England; died April 1909, Keokuk, Iowa. A hymn writer, minister, and pastor/preacher/teacher from the American Restoration Movement. He spent the bulk of his time in ministry serving churches in the Disciples of Christ, one of the three branches of a movement founded by Thomas Campbell, Alexander Campbell, Barton W. Stone, and Walter Scott. The other branches include Churches of Christ and Independent Christian Churches. Most of his compositions, largely as a lyric and text writer, are found in the mid-20th century hymnals of Churches of Christ. His partnership in composing with Fred Fillmore and others through the Fillmore Brothers Publishing… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Saved, saved, saved, saved by the blood
Title: Saved, Fully Saved
Author: Henry R. Trickett
Refrain First Line: Angels rejoice o'er the dead made alive
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gospel Praise Book #19

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Wreath of Praise #d89

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