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Saved Tonight

"Saved tonight, O blessed Jesus!"

Author: C. H. Dewey
Tune: ["Saved tonight, O blessed Jesus!"]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 “Saved tonight, O blessed Jesus!”
Thus my soul in rapture sings;
Saved tonight! the joy increases
As the heav’nly music rings.

Refrain:
Saved tonight! let angles sing it;
Hallelujah! God is love;
Saved tonight! let heaven ring it
Thro’ celestial courts above.

2 Saved tonight from sin and sadness!
Jesus makes my life so sweet;
Saved tonight! what joy and gladness
I have found at Jesus’ feet! [Refrain]

3 Saved tonight! I’ll say each even,
Tho’ my faith be tried as gold;
Saved tonight for Christ and heaven,
Resting in the Shepherd’s fold. [Refrain]

4 Saved tonight from sin and sorrow,
Rings within my vesper hymn;
Saved tonight! no sad tomorrow
Shall my glowing pathway dim. [Refrain]

Source: Truth in Song: for General Gospel Work #67

Author: C. H. Dewey

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Text Information

First Line: "Saved tonight, O blessed Jesus!"
Title: Saved Tonight
Author: C. H. Dewey
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Saved tonight! let angels sing it
Copyright: Public Domain

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Truth in Song #67

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