He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.@Mark 16:16
portrait
Eliza E. Hewitt (1851–1920)

Eliza E. Hewitt, in Triumphant Songs No. 4 (Chicago, Illinois: E. O. Excell, 1894), number 75.

Edwin O. Excell (🔊 pdf nwc).

portrait
Edwin O. Excell (1851–1921)

There’s a pardon full and sweet,
’Tis for you, ’tis for me;
Blessèd rest at Jesus’ feet,
’Tis for you and me.

Refrain

All for you, if you believe,
If salvation you’ll receive;
There’s a welcome, warm and true,
All for you, all for me.

There’s a peace beyond all thought,
’Tis for you, ’tis for me;
There’s a joy earth never brought,
’Tis for you and me.

Refrain

There’s a love no tongue e’er told,
’Tis for you, ’tis for me;
There’s a wealth of Heaven’s gold,
’Tis for you and me.

Refrain

There’s a help for every day,
’Tis for you, ’tis for me;
Strength and blessing by the way,
’Tis for you and me.

Refrain

There’s a robe of snowy white,
’Tis for you, ’tis for me;
There’s a home of glory bright,
’Tis for you and me.

Refrain