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Since The Fullness Of His Love
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By Eliza Hewitt

Verse 1
Once my way was dark and dreary
For my heart was full of sin,
But the sky is bright and cheery
Since the fullness of His came in.
 
Chorus
I can never tell how much I love Him,
I can never tell His love for me,
For it passes human measure,
Like a deep, unfathomed sea;
Deep unfathomed sea;
‘Tis redeeming love in Christ my Savior,
In my soul the heav’nly joys begin;
And I live for Jesus only
Since the fullness of His love came in.
 
Verse 2
There is grace for all the lowly,
Grace to keep the trusting soul;
Pow’r to cleanse and make me holy,
Jesus shall my yielded life control.
 
Chorus
I can never tell how much I love Him,
I can never tell His love for me,
For it passes human measure,
Like a deep, unfathomed sea;
Deep unfathomed sea;
‘Tis redeeming love in Christ my Savior,
In my soul the heav’nly joys begin;
And I live for Jesus only
Since the fullness of His love came in.
 
Verse 3
Let me spread abroad the story
Other souls to Jesus win;
For the cross is now my glory,
Since the fullness of His love came in.
 
Chorus
I can never tell how much I love Him,
I can never tell His love for me,
For it passes human measure,
Like a deep, unfathomed sea;
Deep unfathomed sea;
‘Tis redeeming love in Christ my Savior,
In my soul the heav’nly joys begin;
And I live for Jesus only
Since the fullness of His love came in.
 
I can never tell how much I love Him,
I can never tell His love for me,
For it passes human measure,
Like a deep, unfathomed sea;
Deep unfathomed sea;  
‘Tis redeeming love in Christ my Savior,
In my soul the heav’nly joys begin;
And I live for Jesus only
Since the fullness of His love came in.
 
DOWN HOME IN TEXAS
(Connie Vandeman-Jeffery, Marvin Ponder, Merle Morgan, Jim McClintock, Jimmy Rhodes)


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