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Thou Lamb of God, whose precious blood

Thou Lamb of God, whose precious blood

Author: Harry Davis
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Thou Lamb of God, whose precious blood
For every guilty sinner flows,
A cleansing, efficacious flood,
A healing stream for human woes,
Now let us feel its quickening power,
O cleanse our souls this very hour!

2 Assembled here with one accord,
We claim thy promised blessing now,
And dare believe thy precious word
While humbly at thy throne we bow.
O fill us with thy mighty power,
And save, O Lord, this very hour!

3 O solemnise each waiting heart,
And let us feel thy presence now!
Subdue, dear Lord, the stubborn heart,
That all in penitence may bow.
Convict us by thy mighty power,
And save, dear Lord, this very hour.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #638

Author: Harry Davis

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First Line: Thou Lamb of God, whose precious blood
Author: Harry Davis

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #638

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