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The Conquering Savior

Representative Text

1 Come, sinners, to Jesus, no longer delay;
A free, full salvation is offered today;
Arise, all ye bond slaves, awake from your dream;
Believe, and the light and the glory shall stream.

Refrain:
For the Lion of Judah shall break every chain,
And give you the victory again and again.

2 The world will oppose you and Satan will rage,
To hinder your coming they both will engage;
But Jesus, your Saviour, hath conquered for you
And he will assist you to conquer them too.

3 Though rough be the fighting and troubles arise,
There are mansions of glory prepared in the skies;
A crown and a kingdom you shortly shall view,
The laurels of victory are waiting for you.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #233

Author: William Jefferson

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Text Information

First Line: Come sinners to Jesus no longer delay
Title: The Conquering Savior
Author: William Jefferson
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Come conquering Savior, break ev'ry chain
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #233

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