Jesus Paid It All

Album: Holy, Holy, Holy (1865)
  • I hear the savior say
    "Thy strength indeed is small,
    Child of weakness watch and pray,
    Find in me thine all in all."

    [Chorus]
    Jesus paid it all
    All to him I owe
    Sin had left a crimson stain
    He washed it white as snow.

    For nothing good have I
    Whereby thy grace to claim,
    I'll wash my garments white
    In the blood of calv'ry's lamb.

    [Chorus]

    And now complete in him
    My robe his righteousness,
    Close sheltered 'neath his side,
    I am divinely blest.

    [Chorus]

    Lord, now indeed
    I find Thy power and thine alone,
    Can change the leper's spots
    And melt the heart of stone.

    [Chorus]

    When from my dying bed
    My ransomed soul shall rise,
    "Jesus died my soul to save,"
    Shall rend the vaulted skies.

    [Chorus]

    And when before the throne
    I stand in him complete,
    I'll lay my trophies down
    All down at Jesus feet.

    [Chorus] Writer/s: JACK FASCINATO, ERNEST J. FORD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Bluewater Music Corp.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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