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Wonderful Jesus

What a wonderful Savior is Jesus

Author: William A. McKinney
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 What a wonderful Saviour is Jesus,
what a wonderful friend is He,
for He left all the glory of heaven,
came to earth to die on Calvary:

Sing hosanna! Sing hosanna!
Sing hosanna to the King of kings!
Sing hosanna! Sing hosanna!
Sing hosanna to the King.

2 He arose from the grace, Hallelujah!
and He lives never more to die,
at the Father's right hand interceding
He will hear and heed our faintest cry: [Refrain]

3 He is coming some day to receive us,
we'll be caught up to heaven above,
what a joy it will be to behold Him,
sing forever of His grace and love. [Refrain]

Source: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #360

Author: William A. McKinney

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Text Information

First Line: What a wonderful Savior is Jesus
Title: Wonderful Jesus
Author: William A. McKinney
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



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The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #360

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