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Christ is everything to me

Through the cross where Jesus died

Author: Keith L. Brooks
Tune: [Thru the cross where Jesus died]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Thru the cross where Jesus died,
Thru His death that satisfied,
Thru His blood that sets me free,
He is everything to me.

Refrain:
Christ is everything to me,
Christ is everything to me,
Now and for eternity—
He is everything to me.

2 Thru His prayer that must avail,
Thru His will that cannot fail,
Thru the living Christ I’m free
And He’s everything to me. [Refrain]

3 With my soul I know ‘tis well,
I have joy no tongue can tell.
With me evermore He’ll be,
And He’s everything to me. [Refrain]

4 When this life shall slip away
Into realms of endless day,
Then thru-out eternity
He’ll be everything to me. [Refrain]

Source: Evangelistic Songs #30

Author: Keith L. Brooks

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First Line: Through the cross where Jesus died
Title: Christ is everything to me
Author: Keith L. Brooks

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Evangelistic Songs #30

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