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Savior, pass not by

Savior, pass not by

Author: William Stevenson
Tune: [Savior, pass not by]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Saviour, pass not by;
Hear my earnest cry;
Thou alone canst cleanse my sin;
In this sacred hour,
Show Thy savior power;
Now the work of grace begin.

O my Saviour,
Hear my earnest cry;
O my Saviour,
Hear, and pass not by.

2 From Thy wounds there flows
Balm for all my woes;
Great Physician, make me whole;
I believe Thy word;
Now Thy help afford;
Come and raise my prostrate soul. [Refrain]

3 Lord, I long to trace,
In Thy smiling face,
That my sins are all forgiven;
Now Thyself impart;
Fill my waiting heart
With the joy and peace of heaven. [Refrain]

Source: The Glad Refrain for the Sunday School: a new collection of songs for worship #34

Author: William Stevenson

Late 19th Century Currently, our only data on Stevenson is that he was a minister. --http://www.hymntime.com/tch May be the same as William Fleming Stevenson. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Savior, pass not by
Author: William Stevenson
Refrain First Line: O my Savior, hear


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The Glad Refrain for the Sunday School #34

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