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1 There’s an “uttermost salvation,”
A salvation full and free,
Purchased by the blessed Saviour,
When he died on Calvary.
“Wherefore he’s able to save to the uttermost
them that come unto God by him,
seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them.”
2 ’Tis a great, grand salvation,
Wondrous in its breadth and pow’r!
Trusting souls in it find keeping,
Day by day, and hour by hour. [Refrain]
3 Come and test this great salvation,–
Whatsoever be thy need,
And you soul will find most surely
That ’tis uttermost indeed. [Refrain]Source: Songs of Love and Praise No. 4 #7