Table of Contents
- 1 - And Can It Be
- 2 - A New Name In Glory
- 3 - At the Cross
- 4 - Grace Greater Than Our Sin
- 5 - I'll Fly Away
- 6 - I Love to Tell the Story
- 7 - Jesus Paid It All
- 8 - Jesus Saves
- 9 - My Hope Is in the Lord
- 10 - Power in the Blood
- 11 - Springs of Living Water
- 12 - When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
1 - And Can It Be
And Can It Be Words: Charles Wesley 1707-1788 Tune: Thomas Campbell 1777-1844 Category: God's Love G Em D G Am7 D7 G 1 And can it be, that I should gain 2 He left his Father's throne a - bove, 3 Long my im -prisoned spir - it lay 4 No con -dem-nation now I dread, Am7 D7 G Bm -G Dadd2 A7 D 1 An in - terest in the -e Sav -ior's blood? 2 So free, so in -fi -i - nite his grace! 3 Fast bound in sin a -nd na - ture's night; 4 Je - sus, and all i -n him, is mine! G D G D 1 Died he for me, who caused his pain? 2 Emptied him-se-lf of all but love, 3 Thine eye dif-fu-sed a quickening ray, 4 Alive in hi-m, my living Head, C G Am G D7 G 1 For me, who him to death pur -sued? 2 And bled for A - dam's help - less race: 3 I woke, the dun - geon flamed with light; 4 And clothed in right-eous -ness di - vine, D G Am -G C A7 D 1 A -mazing love! ho -w can it be 2 'Tis mercy all, i - mense and free, 3 My chains fell off, m -y heart was free, 4 Bold I ap -proach th -e -ter - nal throne, G C D G 1 That thou, my God, shouldst die for me? 2 For, O my God, it found out me! 3 I rose, went forth, and followed thee. 4 And claim the crown, through Christ my own. CHORUS D D7 G Amazing love! how can it be C G C G D7 G That thou, my God, shouldst die for me?
2 - A New Name In Glory
A New Name in Glory Words: C. Austin Miles, 1868-1946 Tune: C. Austin Miles, 1868-1946 Category: Salvation NOTE: A(alt) and E(alt) are simply Amaj and Emaj chords higher up on the fretboard to add some melody to the song. You can play the regular Amaj and Emaj chords in their place with the same effect. A D A A(alt) A7M A(alt) 1 I was once a sin - ner, but I came 2 I was hum-bly kneel- ing at the cross, 3 In the Book 'tis writ - ten, "saved by grace," E(alt) E6 E(alt) A(alt) 1 Par-don to re-ceive from my Lord: 2 Fear-in naught but God's an - gry frown; 3 O the joy that came to my soul! A D A A(alt) A7M A(alt) 1 This was free-ly giv-en, and I found 2 When the heav-ens o-pened and I saw 3 Now I am for - giv-en, and I know B7 E(alt) 1 That He al-ways kept His word 2 That my name was writ-ten down. 3 By the blood I am made whole. Chorus E A There's a new name writ-ten down in glo-ry, D A And it's mine, O yes, it's mine! E7 A And the white-robed an-gels sing the sto-ry, B7 E(alt) "A sin-ner has come home." E A For there's a new name writ-ten down in glo-ry, D A And it's mine, O yes, it's mine! D A D With my sins for-giv-en I am bound for heav - en, A E A Nev-er-more to roam.
3 - At the Cross
At the Cross Words: Isaac Watts 1674-1748 Tune: Ralph Hudson 1843-1901 Category: The Cross D Dsus2 D A Asus2 D G D Em D A 1 A-las! and did my Savi- or bleed? And did my Sov-'reign die? 2 Was it for crimes that I have done He groaned up -on the tree? 3 Well might the sun in dark -ness hide And shut His glo-ries in, 4 But drops of grief can ne'er re -pay The debt of love I owe. D Dsus2 D D G D A A7 D 1 Would He de- vote that sa- cred head For such a worm as I! 2 A-maz -ing pit-y! grace un- known! And love be-yond de- gree! 3 When Christ, the might-y Mak - er, died For man the crea-ture's sin. 4 Here, Lord, I give my- self a- way 'Tis all that I can do! Chorus D Dsus4 D A Asus2 A At the cross, at the cross where I first saw the light, A Asus4 A7 D And the bur-den of my heart rolled a-way Dsus2 D G D F#m Bm It was there by faith I received my sight, A A7 D And now I am hap-py all the day!
4 - Grace Greater Than Our Sin
Grace Greater Than All Our Sin Words: Julia H Johnston Tune: Daniel B Towner A Asus2 A E A E A E A 1. Mar -ve -lous grace of our lov- ing Lord, 2. Sin and des- pair, like the sea waves cold, 3. Dark is the stain that we can -not hide. 4. Mar -ve -lous, in- fin- ite, match-less grace, E E7 A E A 1. Grace that exceeds our sin and our guilt! 2. Threaten the soul with infin- ite loss; 3. What can avail to wash it a- way? 4. Freely bestowed on all who be- lieve! A Asus2 A E A E F#m 1. Yon -der on Calvary’s mount out-poured, 2. Grace that is greater, yes, grace un- told, 3. Look! There is flowing a crim- son tide, 4. You that are longing to see His face, Bm A D A E A E A 1. There where the blood of the Lamb was spilled. 2. Points to the re- fuge, the migh- ty cross. 3. Brighter than snow you may be to- day. 4. Will you this mo- ment His grace re- ceive? Chorus A A7 D A Grace, grace, God’s grace, E E7 A D A Grace that will pardon and cleanse with-in; A A7 D A Grace, grace, God’s grace, E A Bm F#m E A E A Grace that is grea-ter than all our sin.
5 - I'll Fly Away
I'll Fly Away Words: Albert E. Brumley Tune: Albert E. Brumley Verse 1 G SOME GLAD MORNING WHEN THIS LIFE IS OVER C G I’LL FLY A-WAY G TO A HOME ON GOD’S CELESTIAL SHORE D7 G I’LL FLY A-WAY Chorus G C G I’LL FLY AWAY O GLORY I’LL FLY A-WAY G WHEN I DIE HALLELUJAH BY AND BY G D7 G I’LL FLY A-WAY Verse 2 G WHEN THE SHADOWS OF THIS LIFE HAVE GROWN C G I’LL FLY A-WAY G LIKE A BIRD FROM PRISON BARS HAVE FLOWN G D7 G I’LL FLY A-WAY Verse 3 G JUST A FEW MORE WEARY DAYS AND THEN C G I’LL FLY A-WAY G TO A LAND WHERE JOYS SHALL NEVER END G D7 G I’LL FLY A-WAY
6 - I Love to Tell the Story
I Love to Tell the Story Words: A. Catherine Hankey 1834-1911 Tune: William G. Fischer 1835-1912 Category: Evangelism and Missions C F C 1. I love to tell the sto-ry Of un-seen things a -bove, 2. I love to tell the sto-ry More won-der-ful it seems 3. I love to tell the sto-ry Tis pleas-ant to re -peat 4. I love to tell the sto-ry For those who know it best G G/C G C G 1. Of Je -sus and His glo -ry, Of Je-sus and His love; 2. Than all the gold-en fan -cies of all our gold-en dreams; 3. What seems, each time I tell it, More won-der-ful-ly sweet; 4. Seem hun -ger -ing and thirst-ing To hear it like the rest; G G7 C Am E 1. I love to tell the sto-ry Be -cause I know tis true 2. I love to tell the sto-ry It did so much for me, 3. I love to tell the sto-ry For some have nev-er heard 4. And when, in scenes of glo-ry, I sing the new, new song, F C G C 1. It sat-is-fies my long -ings As noth-ing else can do. 2. And that is just the rea- son I tell it now to thee. 3. The mes-sage of sal-va -tion From God's own Ho-ly word. 4. Twill be the old, old sto-ry That I have loved so long. Chorus G C F C I love to tell the sto-ry! Twill be my theme in glo-ry G F C G C To tell the old, old sto-ry Of Jesus and His love.
7 - Jesus Paid It All
Jesus Paid It All Words: Elvina M. Hall Tune: John T. Grape A Asus4 A 1. I hear the Savior say, 2. For no -thing good have I 3. And now com- plete in Him 4. Lord, now in- deed I find 5. When from my dying bed 6. And when be -fore the throne E E7 A 1. “Thy strength in-deed is small; 2. Where-by Thy grace to claim, 3. My robe His righteous -ness, 4. Thy power and Thine a -lone, 5. My ransomed soul shall rise, 6. I stand in Him com - plete, A Asus4 A F#m 1. Child of weak-ness, watch and pray, 2. I’ll wash my garments white 3. Close shel- tered ’neath His side, 4. Can change the leper’s spots 5. “Jesus died my soul to save,” 6. I’ll lay my trophies down A D E E7 A 1. Find in Me thine all in all.” 2. In the blood of Calv-’ry’s Lamb. 3. I am di- vine- ly blest. 4. And melt the heart of stone. 5. Shall rend the vaul- ted skies. 6. All down at Je- sus’ feet. Chorus A Jesus paid it all, A Asus4 A E7 All to Him I owe; A Asus4 A E D Sin had left a crim-son stain, F#dim A D E E7 A He washed it white as snow.
8 - Jesus Saves
Jesus Saves Words: Priscilla Owens Tune: William Kirkpatrick VERSE 1 G D We have heard the joyful sound: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! G D G Spread the tidings all around: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! C G D D7 Bear the news to every land, climb the mountains, cross the waves; G C G D G Onward! ’tis our Lord’s command; Jesus saves! Jesus saves! VERSE 2 G D Waft it on the rolling tide: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! G D G Tell to sinners far and wide: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! C G D D7 Sing, you islands of the sea; echo back, you ocean caves; G C G D G Earth shall keep her jubilee: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! VERSE 3 G D Sing above the battle strife: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! G D G By His death and endless life Jesus saves! Jesus saves! C G D D7 Shout it brightly through the gloom, when the heart for mercy craves; G C G D G Sing in triumph o’er the tomb: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! VERSE 4 G D Give the winds a mighty voice: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! G D G Let the nations now rejoice: Jesus saves! Jesus saves! C G D D7 Shout salvation full and free; highest hills and deepest caves; G C G D G This our song of victory: Jesus saves! Jesus saves!
9 - My Hope Is in the Lord
My Hope Is in the Lord Words: Norman J. Clayton, 1903- Tune: Norman J. Clayton, 1903- Category: Salvation E A D E A E A E 1 My hope is in the Lord Who gave Him-self for me, 2 No mer-it of my own His an-ger to sup - press: 3 And now for me He stands Be - fore the Fa-ther's throne: 4 His grace has planned it all 'Tis mine but to be-leive E7 A E A7 D A E A 1 And paid the price of all my sin at Cal - va -ry. 2 My on-ly hope is found in Je-sus' right- eous-ness. 3 He shows His wound'ed hands and names me as His own. 4 And rec-og-nize his work of love, and Christ re-ceive. Chorus E A E E7 A For me He died, For me He lives; D A E E7 A D A E A And ev-er-last-ing life and light he free-ly gives.
10 - Power in the Blood
Power in the Blood Words: Lewis E. Jones 1865-1936 Tune: Lewis E. Jones 1865-1936 Category: Christ's Blood A D A 1 Would you be free from your bur-den of sin? 2 WOuld you be free from your pas-sion and pride? 3 Would you be whit-er much whit-er than snow? 4 WOuld you do ser-vice for Je-sus your King? A E Em E->E7 A Adim A 1 There's pow'r in the blood, pow'r in the blood, 2 There's pow'r in the blood, pow'r in the blood, 3 There's pow'r in the blood, pow'r in the blood, 4 There's pow'r in the blood, pow'r in the blood, A D A 1 Would you o'er e-vil a vic-to-ry win? 2 Come for a cleans-ing to Cal-va-ry's tide; 3 Sin stains are lost in its life-giv-ing flow; 4 Would you live dai-ly His prais-es to sing? E E7 A 1-4 There's won-der-ful pow'r in the blood. Chorus A A7 D A There is pow'r pow'r Won-derwork-ing pow'r E A->E7 In the blood of the Lamb A A7 D A There is pow'r pow'r Won-der-work-ing pow'r Asus4 A E E7 A E A In the pre-cious blood of the Lamb.
11 - Springs of Living Water
Springs of Living Water Words: John W. Peterson, 1921- Tune: John W. Peterson, 1921- Category: Salvation G D 1 I thirst-ed in the bar-ren land of sin and shame, 2 How sweet the liv-ing wa-ter from the hills of God, 3 O sin-ner, won't you come to-day to Cal-va-ry, D G 1 And noth-ing sat-is-fy-ing there I found; 2 It makes me glad and hap-py all the way; 3 A foun-tain there is flow-ing deep and wide; G D 1 But to the bless-ed cross of Christ one day I came 2 Now glo-ry, grace and bless-ing mark the path I've trod, 3 The Sav-ior now invites you to the wa-ter free, D D7 G D->G 1 Where springs of liv-ing wa-ter did a-bound. 2 I'm shout-ing "Hal-le- lu-jah" ev-'ry day. 3 Where thirst-ing spir-its can be sat-is-fied. Chorus D Dsus2 D G Drink-ing at the springs of liv-ing wa-ter, D G Hap-py now am I, My soul they sat-is-fy; D Dsus2 D G Drink-ing at the springs of liv-ing wa-ter, D D7 G O won-der-ful and boun-ti-ful sup-ply.
12 - When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross Words: Isaac Watts 1674-1748 Tune: Lowell Mason 1792-1872 Category: The Cross F C F Gm>Dm Bb C F 1. When I sur- vey th-e won- drous cross 2. For-bid it, Lord, that I should boast, 3. See, from His head, Hi-s hands, His feet, 4. Were the whole realm o -f na -ture mine, F Gm F Gm F G7 C 1. On which the Prince o-f glo -ry died, 2. Save in the death o-f Christ, my God; 3. Sor-row and love flow min -gled down; 4. That were a pres -ent far too small; F C F Gm>Dm Bb C F 1. My rich -est gain I count but loss, 2. All the vain things that charm me most, 3. Did e'er such love and sor -row meet, 4. Love so a -maz -ing, so di -vine, Gm Dm* Gm C7 F 1. And pour con -tempt on all my pride. 2. I sac-ri -fice them to His blood. 3. Or thorns com-pose so rich a crown? 4. De-mands my soul, my life, my all.