My Grace Is Sufficient for Thee

When Paul in contrition

Author: R. T. Wiley
Tune: [When Paul, in contrition]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 When Paul, in contrition,
Made thrice his petition,
And prayed from the thorn to be free,
The answer came to him,
With strength to imbue him:
“My grace is sufficient for thee.”

Chorus:
“My grace is sufficient for thee,”
Whatever the trial may be;
The Father in heaven, His promise hath given:
“My grace is sufficient for thee.”

2 When tempted and failing,
With Satan assailing,
This promise comes ever to me,
It cheer my weak spirit,
Gives strength as I hear it:
“My grace is sufficient for thee.” [Chorus]

3 Oh! blessed assurance!
Through patient endurance
We’ll conquer, and Satan will flee;
For thus He hath spoken,
Whose word is ne’er broken:
“My grace is sufficient for thee.” [Chorus]


Source: Gems and Jewels #16

Author: R. T. Wiley

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First Line: When Paul in contrition
Title: My Grace Is Sufficient for Thee
Author: R. T. Wiley
Refrain First Line: My grace is sufficient

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Gems and Jewels #16

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