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All That Thrills My Soul
Words and Music by Thoro Harris
© 1931, renewal 1959
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John 20:20
"And when he had so said, he shewed unto them his hands and his side.
Then were the disciples glad, when they saw the Lord."

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          Who can cheer the heart like Jesus,
          By His presence all divine?
          True and tender, pure and precious,
          O how blest to call Him mine!

            Chorus
            All that thrills my soul is Jesus;
            He is more than life to me;
            And the fairest of ten thousand
            In my blessed Lord I see.

          Love of Christ so freely given,
          Grace of God beyond degree,
          Mercy higher than the heaven,
          Deeper than the deepest sea.

            Chorus
            All that thrills my soul is Jesus;
            He is more than life to me;
            And the fairest of ten thousand
            In my blessed Lord I see.

          What a wonderful redemption!
          Never can a mortal know
          How my sin, tho' red like crimson,
          Can be whiter than the snow.

            Chorus
            All that thrills my soul is Jesus;
            He is more than life to me;
            And the fairest of ten thousand
            In my blessed Lord I see.

          Ev'ry need His hand supplying,
          Ev'ry good in Him I see;
          On His strength divine relying,
          He is all in all to me.

            Chorus
            All that thrills my soul is Jesus;
            He is more than life to me;
            And the fairest of ten thousand
            In my blessed Lord I see.

          By the crystal flowing river
          With the ransomed I will sing,
          And forever and forever
          Praise and glorify the King.

            Chorus
            All that thrills my soul is Jesus;
            He is more than life to me;
            And the fairest of ten thousand
            In my blessed Lord I see.


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