Being now justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath through Him.@Romans 5:9
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W. Warren Bentley (1845–1926)

Ma­ry E. Will­son, in Songs of the New Life with Songs of Re­deem­ing Love Com­bined, ed­it­ed by War­ren Bent­ley, Will­iam J. Kirk­pat­rick, Charles C. Mc­Cabe, Tul­li­us C. O’Kane & John R. Swe­ney (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: John J. Hood, 1883), num­ber 12.

W. War­ren Bent­ley (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Mary E. Willson (1842–1906)

The Savior called so lovingly,
I am saved by His blood;
I heard His voice from Calvary,
I am saved by His blood.
I wondered if it was for me,
A wretch so full of misery,
To be from sin and sorrow free,
I am saved by His blood.

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Hallelujah! hallelujah!
I am saved by His blood;
Hallelujah! hallelujah!
I am saved by His blood.

His loving words came to my ear,
I am saved by His blood;
Come unto Me, and do not fear,
I am saved by His blood.
And I had naught to bring to Him,
Only my vileness, guilt, and sin,
But as I came He let me in,
I am saved by His blood.

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He that believeth, hear the word,
I am saved by His blood;
Hath life in Jesus Christ our Lord,
I am saved by His blood.
The story never can be told;
Oh, cast on Him thy sin sick soul,
And He will quickly make thee whole,
And saved by His blood.

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