In Him will I trust: He is my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my high tower, and my refuge, my Savior.@2 Samuel 22:3

Ma­ry M. Ken­ne­dy, in Our Thank­ful Songs, (Dal­ton, Geor­gia: An­tho­ny J. Sho­wal­ter, 1900).

Yel­low­stone John S. Hen­dricks, 1900 (🔊 pdf nwc).

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John S. Hendricks (1855–1938)

I’m glad I have a Savior,
Who came to rescue me;
When sunk in sin and ruin,
He died to set me free.

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I’m glad I have a Savior,
I’m glad, I’m glad today;
I’m glad I have a Savior
Who washed my sins away.

I’m glad I have a Savior
Who sought His wandering sheep,
Who brought me home rejoicing,
And still doth safely keep.

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I’m glad I have a Savior
Who hears and answers prayer;
My burdens and my sorrows
He tenderly doth bear.

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I’m glad I have a Savior
Whose mercy is so free;
O come, poor soul, and trust Him,
There’s gladness, too, for thee.

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