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344. Jesus Only, Let Me See

1 For salvation full and free,
Purchased once on Calvary,
Christ alone shall be my plea—-
Jesus! Jesus only!

Refrain:
Jesus only, let me see,
Jesus only, none save He,
Then my song shall ever be—-
Jesus! Jesus only!

2 He's my Guide from day to day,
As I journey on life’s way;
Close beside Him let me stay—-
Jesus! Jesus only! (Refrain)

3 May my Model ever be
Christ the Lord, and none save He,
That the world may see in me
Jesus! Jesus only! (Refrain)

4 He shall reign from shore to shore,
His the glory evermore.
Heav’n and earth shall bow before--
Jesus! Jesus only! (Refrain)

Text Information
First Line: For salvation full and free
Title: Jesus Only, Let Me See
Author: Oswald J. Smith, b. 1890
Refrain First Line: Jesus only, let me see
Language: English
Publication Date: 1957
Topic: Christ: Example; The Christian Way of Life: Aspiration and Consecration
Copyright: © 1914, Renewal 1942 by A. P. Towner, Assigned to Hope Publishing Co.
Notes: Now Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [For salvation full and free]
Composer: Daniel B. Towner, 1850-1919
Key: G Major
Copyright: © 1914, Renewal 1942 by A. P. Towner, Assigned to Hope Publishing Co.
Notes: Now Public Domain



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