Savior, Redeemer of My Soul

Author: Orson F. Whitney

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1. Savior, Redeemer of my soul,
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1. Savior, Redeemer of my soul,
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Whose mighty hand hath made me whole,
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Whose mighty hand hath made me whole,
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Whose wondrous pow’r hath raised me up
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Whose wondrous pow’r hath raised me up
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And filled with sweet my bitter cup!
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And filled with sweet my bitter cup!
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What tongue my gratitude can tell,
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What tongue my gratitude can tell,
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O gracious God of Israel.
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O gracious God of Israel.
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2. Never can I repay thee, Lord;
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2. Never can I repay thee, Lord,
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But I can love thee. Thy pure word,
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But I can love thee. Thy pure word,
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Hath it not been my one delight,
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Hath it not been my one delight,
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My joy by day, my dream by night?
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My joy by day, my dream by night?
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Then let my lips proclaim it still,
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Then let my lips proclaim it still,
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And all my life reflect thy will.
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And all my life reflect thy will.
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3. O’errule mine acts to serve thine ends;
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3. O’errule mine acts to serve thine ends.
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Change frowning foes to smiling friends;
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Change frowning foes to smiling friends.
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Chasten my soul till I shall be
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Chasten my soul till I shall be
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In perfect harmony with thee.
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In perfect harmony with thee.
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Make me more worthy of thy love,
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Make me more worthy of thy love,
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And fit me for the life above.
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And fit me for the life above.
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The text of this song is in public domain (originally published before 1927, or published before 1964 and not renewed).