Without the shedding of blood there is no remission of sin.@Hebrews 9:22
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Richard Slater (1854-1939)

Richard Slater, September 9, 1887 (🔊 pdf nwc). Written at Clapton Hall, London; published in The Musical Salvationist, November 1887.

Jesus, see me at Thy feet,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me.
Thou alone my need canst meet,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me.

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No! No! Nothing do I bring,
But by faith I’m clinging
To Thy cross, O Lamb of God!
Nothing but Thy blood can save me.

See my heart, Lord, torn with grief,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me;
Me unpardoned do not leave,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me.

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Dark, indeed, the past has been,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me;
Yet in mercy take me in,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me.

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As I am, oh, hear me pray,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me;
I can come no other way,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me.

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All that I can do is vain,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me;
I can ne’er remove a stain,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me.

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Lord, I cast myself on Thee,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me;
From my guilt, oh, set me free,
Nothing but Thy blood can save me.

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