We have redemption through His blood.@Ephesians 1:7
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J. Lincoln Hall (1866–1930)

Is­ai­ah Toy, 1896. Pub­lished in Songs of Sov­er­eign Grace, by Lin­coln Hall, Will­iam J. Kirk­pat­rick & Win­field S. Weed­en (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: Hall-Mack, 1897), num­ber 88.

J. Lin­coln Hall (🔊 pdf nwc).

A sinner though I am,
Of darkest, deepest shade,
A righteousness I claim,
My own thro’ Jesus made.
Unnumbered worlds would not atone,
But Jesus bore my sins alone,
But Jesus bore my sins alone.

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Saved, O yes, I’m saved,
Saved, O yes, I’m saved;
Thro’ Jesus’ blood and righteousness,
I now am saved:
Saved, O yes, I’m saved,
Saved, O yes, I’m saved;
Thro’ Jesus’ blood and righteousness,
I now am saved.

This love ineffable
My heart hath prepossessed,
And filled my fervid soul
With wonder unexpressed;
For thought or word seeks but in vain
The holy mystery to explain,
The holy mystery to explain.

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Well might seraphic tongues
Be mute, with sacred awe;
And Heav’n’s sublimest songs
Suspend, while angels saw
A glimpse of what could not be told,
Nor can eternity unfold,
Nor can eternity unfold.

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Heav’n’s unexampled love
To man, in Christ displayed,
Shall endless wonder prove,
Unfathomed, unportrayed.
Eternal love! the Offended dies
To bring the offender to the skies,
To bring the offender to the skies.

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