The precious blood of Christ, a Lamb without blemish or defect.@1 Peter 1:19
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Fanny Crosby (1820-1915)

Fanny Crosby, in Harvest Bells No. 3, edited by William E. Penn & Horace N. Lincoln (Cincinnati, Ohio: John Church, 1887). Some hymnals show the author as Henrietta Blair, one of Fanny’s pseudonyms.

William Kirkpatrick (🔊 pdf nwc).

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William J. Kirkpatrick (1838-1921)

I will praise the Lord for His love to me,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.
In the fount that flows from the cross so free,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.

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Glory, glory, glory to the Lamb,
I am saved from sin and He makes me what I am;
Oh, glory, glory, glory to the Lamb,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.

I am saved by grace, and to Him brought near,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.
I would sing so loud that the world might hear,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.

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What a constant peace in my heart I feel,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.
There’s a holy joy I can ne’er reveal,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.

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I will lift my voice while on earth I stay,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.
Then my soul shall sing in the realms of day,
I am washed in the blood of my Redeemer.

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