I will sing my Redeemer’s praise
The praise of Him who died for me.
Who suffered on the cruel cross
That I, a sinner, may be free.

For He gave His life for me
And saved my soul eternally
His heavenly peace He did bestow
That Divine assurance I could know.

Now no more the grave I fear
For it holds no victory
And death’s sting is drawn
As I rise to eternity.

There I will sing my Redeemer’s praise
With the angel host and saints above
I will gaze and worship and adore
And sing of the Worthy One evermore.


Dr Patrick Sookhdeo is the International Director of Barnabas Fund and the Executive Director of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Public Life.


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