When he took my sins away

When he took my sins away

Author: Grace Weiser Davis
Tune: [When He took my sins away!]
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1 When He took my sins away!
Jesus came to me to stay,
And He changed my night to day,
Hallelujah!
He has filled my heart with praise,
Here I’ll Ebenezer raise,
O how pleasant are His ways!
Hallelujah!

Refrain:
Hallelujah! glory! glory!
I will tell the blessed story;
Jesus gives me grace and glory!
He’s my Savior!

2 When I’m tempted, when I’m tried,
With Him ever at my side,
Naught of harm can e’er betide,
Hallelujah!
He is all in all to me,
He gives perfect victory,
Beauties new in Him I see!
Hallelujah! [Refrain]

3 He has cleansed me, this I know,
And He keeps me here below,
As a conqueror I go,
Hallelujah!
To the Canaan land I’m led,
On rich bounty I am fed,
“More to follow” He has said,
Hallelujah! [Refrain]

4 He’s preparing me a place,
Soon I’ll see Him face to face,
How I’ll sing redeeming grace,
Hallelujah!
With the blood-bought robed in white,
Where there cometh no more night;
That blest city’s just in sight!
Hallelujah! [Refrain]

Source: The Best of All: complete #112

Author: Grace Weiser Davis

Grace Weiser Davis USA 1860-1933? Born near York, PA, she married judge James Nixon Davis in 1889. They attended the Asbury United Methodist Church in York. She became a Methodist evangelist. In 1900 she moved to Jersey City, NJ. She compiled several works, including: “Gems of gospel songs” (1885), “Favorite gospel songs” (1894) with Elisha A. Hoffman, “Childhood conversions” (1897). John Perry  Go to person page >

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First Line: When he took my sins away
Author: Grace Weiser Davis
Refrain First Line: Hallelujah, glory, glory
Copyright: Public Domain

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