There's a Savior who offers to free you from sin

There's a Savior who offers to free you from sin

Author: Susan R. Peck
Tune: [There's a Savior who offers to free you from sin]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 There’s a Savior who offers to free you from sin,
Look in the Bible for that!
Who’ll keep you from falling, the vict’ry to win,
Look in the Bible for that.
Never a need that He will not supply;
All things are now ready, no good He’ll deny;
You’ve only to ask—He will answer your cry—
Look in the Bible for that.

Refrain:
Look in the Bible with wonder abounding,
Search all its pages with promise resounding;
On its sure word all His confidence founding,
God gives you the Bible for that.

2 There’s a King who now offers a share in His throne,
Look in the Bible for that!
A King who will give you all things for your own,
Look in the Bible for that.
Say, have you ever heard offer so great,
Or dreamed of so marvelous kingly estate?
Oh, haste to accept it—soul, now can you wait?
Look in the Bible for that. [Refrain]

3 He is patiently waiting, and asks for your heart,
Look in the Bible for that!
‘Tis only your will that will keep you apart,
Look in the Bible for that.
Take all the riches it offers to you!
Stop! Look ye and listen, its warnings are true!
Oh, do not refuse what He wants you to do—
Look in the Bible for that. [Refrain]

Source: Awakening Songs for the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Services #62

Author: Susan R. Peck

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Text Information

First Line: There's a Savior who offers to free you from sin
Author: Susan R. Peck
Refrain First Line: Look in the Bible

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Gospel Hymns and Songs: for the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Services #62Page Scan
Rodeheaver's Sunday School Songs #d192
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