Me Agrada Cantar

Me agrada cantar sin cesar, y honrar

Author: Anonymous
Tune: ME AGRADA CANTAR
Published in 6 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF
Audio files: Recording

Representative Text

1 Me agrada cantar sin cesar, y honrar A Jesús mi amado Salvador; Quien me hizo pensar que debía dejar Para siempre la senda del error. ¡Mi Salvador! ¡Mi Salvador! Te alabo, mi Rey y Señor. 2 A Jesús acudí, el perdón recibí, Y ahora feliz yo soy en él; El me dijo: Ten fe, yo contigo estaré, Y de toda maldad te guardaré. ¡Mi Salvador! ¡Mi Salvador! Te alabo, mi Rey y Señor. 3 Serviré a Jesús, predicando la luz, Y gozoso con él yo viviré; El me da salvación, y gratuita protección; En la lucha constante seguiré. ¡Mi Salvador! ¡Mi Salvador! Te alabo, mi Rey y Señor. 1 My delight is to sing, without ceasing praises bring Unto Jesus, the Savior I adore; Who has made me to say I shall cease to go astray And leave pathways of error ever more. My saving Lord! My saving Lord! How I love you, my King and reward. 2 Unto Jesus I went, he my pardon has sent, I received and am happy now in him. He to me said, "Have faith, I will keep you safe From all evil and always be with you. My saving Lord! My saving Lord! How I love you, my King and reward. 3 I will serve Jesus right in proclaiming the light And with joy I will always live with him. He salvation gives me and protection for free. In the battle I'll follow constantly. My saving Lord! My saving Lord! How I love you, my King and reward.

Source: The Pocket Harmony #8

Author: Anonymous

In some hymnals, the editors noted that a hymn's author is unknown to them, and so this artificial "person" entry is used to reflect that fact. Obviously, the hymns attributed to "Author Unknown" "Unknown" or "Anonymous" could have been written by many people over a span of many centuries. Go to person page >

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Little Way Hymns No. 2 #8

Audio

Small Church Music #6089

Text

The Cyber Hymnal #13785

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The Pocket Harmony #8

Include 2 pre-1979 instances
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