Look to Jesus on the tree,He is able to save you;Dying there for you and me,He is willing to save you.
Able to save a poor sinner lost,Willing to save at a fearful cost;Able to save: Come, trust in His pow’r;Willing to save this very hour.
O His love will melt your heart,He is able to save you;If from sin you will depart,He is willing to save you.
Do not let Him plead in vain,He is able to save you.Let His blood wash every stain,He is willing to save you.
Let Him enter now your heart,He is able to save you;If you wait He will depart,Now He’s waiting to save you.
Saved to the uttermost: I am the Lord’s;Jesus my Savior salvation affords;Gives me His Spirit, a witness within,Whispering of pardon, and saving from sin.
Saved, saved, saved to the uttermost;Saved, saved by power divine;Saved, saved, saved to the uttermost:Jesus the Savior is mine!
Saved to the uttermost: Jesus is near;Keeping me safely, He casteth out fear;Trusting His promises, now I am blest;Leaning upon Him, how sweet is my rest.
Saved to the uttermost: this I can say,“Once all was darkness, but now it is day;Beautiful visions of glory I see,Jesus in brightness revealed unto me.”
Saved to the uttermost; cheerfully singLoud halleluiahs to Jesus my King;Ransomed and pardoned, redeemed by His blood,Cleansed from unrighteousness; glory to God!
Jesus, holy, undefiled,Listen to a little child;Thou hast sent the glorious light,Chasing far the silent night.
Thou hast sent the sun to shine,O’er this glorious world of Thine;Warmth to give and pleasant glow,On each tender flow’r below.
Now the little birds arise,Chirping gaily in the skies;Thee their tiny voices praise,In the early songs they raise.
Thou, by Whom the birds are fed,Give to me my daily bread;And Thy holy Spirit give,Without Whom I cannot live.