I Will Praise Him (Hymn)

I Will Praise Him
Margaret J. Harris (1898)

When I saw the cleansing fountain
Open wide for all my sin,
I obeyed the Spirit’s wooing,
When He said, “Wilt thou be clean?”

I will praise Him! I will praise Him!
Praise the Lamb for sinners slain;
Give Him glory, all ye people,
For His blood can wash away each stain.

Though the way seems straight and narrow,
All I claimed was swept away;
My ambitions, plans and wishes,
At my feet in ashes lay.


Then God’s fire upon the altar
Of my heart was set aflame;
I shall never cease to praise Him
Glory, glory to His Name!


Blessèd be the Name of Jesus!
I’m so glad He took me in;
He’s forgiven my transgressions,
He has cleansed my heart from sin.


Glory, glory to the Father!
Glory, glory to the Son!
Glory, glory to the Spirit!
Glory to the Three in One!

If ever there was a great name and a great theme for a hymn, this would have to be it.  An entire hymn about simply praising the Lord, which is what we should be doing with all of our songs and hymns.  “I will praise Him!  I will praise Him!  Praise the Lamb for sinners slain.”  Amen.

6 responses to this post.

  1. Thanks for sharing, Ben

    This one is brand new. Beautifully brand new!

    I agree. A whole song dedicated to praising Him is wonderful indeed! 🙂 Let’s keep praising our God!



  2. What a great hymn find, Ben, full of His truths!! Thank you and God bless you!


  3. Posted by Eleanor Wagner on December 9, 2014 at 3:52 pm

    This is my story this is my song Praising my Soviour all the day long


  4. Posted by Eleanor Wagner on December 9, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    Title of the song is?


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