He Took My Sins Away (Hymn)

He Took My Sins Away
Margaret J. Harris (1903)

I came to Jesus, weary, worn, and sad.
He took my sins away, He took my sins away.
And now His love has made my heart so glad,
He took my sins away.

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He took my sins away, He took my sins away,
And keeps me singing every day!
I’m so glad He took my sins away,
He took my sins away.

The load of sin was more than I could bear.
He took my sins away, He took my sins away.
And now on Him I roll my ev’ry care,
He took my sins away.

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No condemnation have I in my heart,
He took my sins away, He took my sins away.
His perfect peace He did to me impart,
He took my sins away.

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If you will come to Jesus Christ today,
He’ll take your sins away, He’ll take your sins away,
And keep you happy in His love each day,
He’ll take your sins away.

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Just the title of this hymn makes me want to sing.  What a blessed thought that “He took my sins away.”  The load of sin is truly more than any of us can bear, but thankfully, He takes our sin away!  That is something that we should be singing and talking about – if any will come to Jesus, He will take their sin away, too!

6 responses to this post.

  1. Thanks, Ben

    I’m glad He took them… I would have no idea what to do with them anyway 🙂

    Blessings,
    ann

    Reply

  2. P.S.—->

    🙂

    Thanks

    Reply

  3. This one has me crying some. Good to remember this, that He took them away . . .just like that. I don’t have to feel guilt or shame because of what Jesus did.
    Thank you so much Ben, for another wonderful hymn (HIM) Sunday!

    Reply

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