Let us fix our eyes on Jesus.@Hebrews 12:2
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Daniel W. Whittle (1840–1901)

Dan­iel W. Whi­ttle, in Gos­pel Hymns No. 5, ed­it­ed by Ira D. San­key, James Mc­Gra­na­han & George C. Steb­bins (New York; Chi­ca­go, Il­li­nois & Cin­cin­na­ti, Ohio: John Church and Big­low & Main, 1887), num­ber 67.

Braun­schweig James Mc­Gran­ah­an (🔊 pdf nwc).

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James McGranahan (1840–1907)

I looked to Him; He looked on me; and we were one for ev­er. I trust­ed to Him, and there­fore I am saved. If you can say that from your heart and the Ho­ly Spir­it bears wit­ness that what you say is true, you need not raise any ques­tion about your new birth. If thou art trust­ing in Je­sus, it is well with thy soul in time and to eter­ni­ty.

Charles H. Spur­geon
Metropolitan Tabernacle
February 29, 1880

I looked to Jesus in my sin,
My sin and woe confessing,
Undone and lost, I came to Him,
I sought and found a blessing.

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I look to Him, to Him I looked,
’Tis true, His Whosoever;
He looked on me, on me He looked,
And we were one forever.

I looked to Jesus on the cross,
For me I saw Him dying;
God’s word believed, that all my sins
Were there upon Him lying.

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I looked to Jesus there on high
From death upraised to glory;
I trusted in His power to save,
Believed the old, old story.

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He looked on me, O look of love!
My heart by it was broken,
And with that look of love He gave
The Holy Spirit’s token.

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Now one with Christ, I find my peace
In Him to be abiding,
And in His love for all my need,
In childlike faith confiding.

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