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I do believe the Savior

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1 Yes, I do believe the Savior,
When he says, "I leave my peace;"
"Never let your heart be troubled,"
Trust, and find a sweet release.

Savior, I will take thy promise,
Ev'ry precious promise mine;
Resting, trusting, never doubting,
Just because the Words are thine.

2 Yes, I do believe the Savior,
Hungry souls shall all be blest,
Thirsting for the great salvation
Shall be fill'd with all the best. [Chorus]

3 Yes, I do believe the Savior,
When he says, a mansion fair
Stands in glory for the faithful,
Furnished ready waiting there. [Chorus]

4 Yes, I do believe the Savior,
That on yonder golden shore
He is waiting to receive us,
With us dwell for evermore. [Chorus]

Source: Joy to the World: or, sacred songs for gospel meetings #42

Author: Edgar Page Stites

Real name Edgar Page Stites. Used Edgar Page… Go to person page >

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First Line: Yes, I do believe the Savior
Title: I do believe the Savior
Author: Edgar Page Stites
Refrain First Line: Savior, I will take thy promise
Copyright: Public Domain


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Joy to the World #42

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