It cleanseth me

There is a stream that flows from Calvary

Author: F. L. Snyder
Tune: [There is a stream that flows from Calvary]
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1. There is a stream that flows from Calvary,
A crimson tide so deep and wide.
It washes whiter than the purest snow;
It cleanseth me, I know.

Hallelujah! ’tis His blood that cleanseth me,
’Tis His grace that makes me free.
And my brother, ’tis for thee.
Oh, hallelujah! ’tis salvation full and free;
And it cleanseth, yes, it cleanseth me.

2. Its saving virtues ever are the same,
It cleanseth still, and always will.
Poor sinners who will seek the Savior’s face
Shall know His wondrous grace. [Refrain]

3. No other fountain can for sin atone
But Jesus’ blood, O precious flood!
And whosoever will may plunge therein,
And be made free from sin. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2748

Author: F. L. Snyder

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First Line: There is a stream that flows from Calvary
Title: It cleanseth me
Author: F. L. Snyder
Refrain First Line: Hallelujah, 'tis His blood that cleanseth me



The Cyber Hymnal #2748
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