Justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath through Him.@Romans 5:9
Oswald J. Smith (1889–1986)

Oswald J. Smith, 1917. This song was first sung in Paul Rader’s 1919 evangelistic crusade at Massey Hall in Toronto, Canada. Walking the aisles selling souvenir song books (one of the first to contain the song) was a young man, out of work, and sunk in the depths of discouragement. It was Oswald Smith. When the 3,400 attendees sang until, in his words, it seemed as though they would lift the roof, it greatly encouraged him with the thought that God was not going to put me on the shelf.

Roger M. Hickman (1888–1968) (🔊 pdf nwc).

Saved! saved! saved! my sins are all forgiv’n;
Christ is mine! I’m on my way to Heav’n;
Once a guilty sinner, lost, undone,
Now a child of God, saved thro’ His Son.


Saved! I’m saved thro’ Christ, my all in all;
Saved! I’m saved, whatever may befall;
He died upon the cross for me,
He bore the awful penalty;
And now I’m saved eternally—
I’m saved! saved! saved!

Saved! saved! saved! by grace and grace alone;
Oh, what wondrous love to me was shown,
In my stead Christ Jesus bled and died,
Bore my sins, for me was crucified.


Saved! saved! saved! oh, joy beyond compare!
Christ my life, and I His constant care;
Yielding all and trusting Him alone,
Living now each moment as His own.