Saved By Grace

This hymn was one of Fanny Crosby’s favourite poems, known as her “sou’ls poem”. She said of it: “There is one hymn I have writ­ten which has never been pub­lished. I call it my soul’s po­em. Somet­imes when I am trou­bled, I re­peat it to my­self, for it brings comfort to my heart.” She shared this poem during one of Moody’s conferences.

Subsequently, George Stebbins wrote the music for this hymn.

Lyrics: Fanny J. Crosby
Music: George C. Stebbins

Some day the silver cord will break,
And I no more as now shall sing;
But oh, the joy when I shall wake
Within the palace of the King!

And I shall see Him face to face,
And tell the story—Saved by grace;
And I shall see Him face to face,
And tell the story—Saved by grace.

Some day my earthly house will fall.
I cannot tell how soon ’twill be;
But this I know—my All in All
Has now a place in Heav’n for me.

Some day, when fades the golden sun
Beneath the rosy tinted west,
My blessed Lord will say, “Well done!”
And I shall enter into rest.

Some day: till then I’ll watch and wait,
My lamp all trimmed and burning bright,
That when my Savior opens the gate,
My soul to Him may take its flight.

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One Response to “Saved By Grace”

  1. Paul says:

    Where do you get your arrangements of the hymns you play. They are simple but so nicely done.

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