Thursday, April 19, 2012

AN UNFAMILIAR HYMN

I am 86 years  old and I have a hymnal from the church I belonged
to as a teenager.  I played the piano and sometimes the organ and
this is a hymn I do not remember. I really like the words, they are
perfection.
So I am posting it to remember it now that I have found it.

The title is "BELIEVE!  BELIEVE!" 

The question cometh over and over  From those by sin enslaved, 
"How can I find the open door, What shall I do to be saved?"

The chorus -
Believe, believe, believe, and thou shalt be saved, saved, saved,
The debt for you He paid, The sacrifice He made,
O lift Thine eyes and see, and from your sins be free,
Believe, believe! and Jesus receives, And thou shalt be saved!
saved! saved !
2nd verse
Believe in His redeeming grace, from sin He will set free.
Your soul will find a hiding place, In Him eternally.

3rd verse
He is the true and living way, On Him you can depend,
He'll keep and guide day by day, He is your dearest friend.

Remember,
Betty G





AN UNFAMILIAR HYMN

I am 86 years old and I have a hymnal from the church I belonged to when I was a teenager.  I played the piano and sometimes the organ those years.  This old hymnal is ragged and loose pages are a problem but I will always keep it.

Going through it tonight I noticed this hymn that I do not remember and I wish I did. 
So I am posting it for myself.  The words are perfection.

The title is Believe! Believe!

The question  cometh over and over From those by sin enslaved, How can I find the open door,   What shall I do to be saved?