To God be the glory, a Savior is mine

To God be the glory, a Savior is mine

Author: Charles Coller
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 To God be the glory, a Saviour is mine,
Whose power is almighty, whose grace is divine;
My heart he hath cleansed, he is dwelling within,
So wondrously saving from sinning and sin.

2 O wonder of wonders, to God be the praise,
I joy in his will, I delight in his ways!
And through every conflict, without and within,
He saves me and keeps me from sinning and sin.

3 No longer in bondage, my freedom I’ll use
My Master to serve in the way he shall choose;
To work or to witness, to go or remain,
His smile of approval my infinite gain.

4 Earth’s pleasures and treasures no longer allure,
My spirit aspires to the things which endure;
To walk with my Saviour in garments of white,
My highest ambition, my constant delight.

5 The world overcoming by limitless grace,
I worship the Lord in the light of his face;
So with him communing, like him I shall grow,
And life everlasting enjoy here below.

Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #640

Author: Charles Coller

Born: March 5, 1863, Rom­ford, Es­sex, Eng­land. Died: March 21, 1935, Ed­mon­ton, Mid­dle­sex, Eng­land. Coller grew up in Wood­ford, and joined the Sal­va­tion Ar­my (SA) at Re­gent Hall in 1885. He was a mem­ber of the SA House­hold Troops Band on its first cam­paign in 1887, and lat­er played the trom­bone in the SA In­ter­na­tion­al Staff Band. Be­gin­ning in 1895, he worked in var­i­ous SA trade de­pots, then in the Trade De­partment (later Sal­va­tion­ist Pub­lish­ing and Sup­plies Ltd) in Lon­don. His last ap­point­ment was in charge of the mu­sic pub­li­ca­tions de­part­ment, and he re­tired as an SA ma­jor in 1928. In 1880 he won a co­py of Heber’s Po­ems as a prize for a tem­p… Go to person page >

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First Line: To God be the glory, a Savior is mine
Author: Charles Coller



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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #640

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