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Sinner Saved By Grace

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The Cathedrals



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This song was written by Bill and Gloria Gaither, and based on the life of Cathedrals bass singer George Younce. Younce got away from his Christian roots while in the military, but eventually, he became stronger in his faith as he began singing in Gospel quartets. The Gaithers were fans of The Cathedrals, and were inspired to write this after getting to know George Younce through his appearances on the Gaither Homecoming Series.
The Gaither Vocal Band recorded this for their 2000 album I Do Believe. (thanks, Homer - Versailles, IL, for above 2)
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Comments (3):

just the title puts everything in perspective!
- keith, folkston, GA
I'm glad to see that this song has touched someone else besides me. It's a very profound but simple statement of faith.
- Homer, Versailles, IL
The song Sinner Saved by Grace is a wonderful song i hope some day i will join you in heaven where we will all sing together on the see of glass. Continue to sing this song because we wre all sinners save by grace.God love you all.
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