1. I’ve found a Friend; oh, such a Friend!
    He loved me ere I knew Him;
    He drew me with the cords of love,
    And thus He bound me to Him.
    And ’round my heart still closely twine
    Those ties which nought can sever,
    For I am His, and He is mine,
    Forever and forever.
  2. I’ve found a Friend; oh, such a Friend!
    He bled, He died to save me;
    And not alone the gift of life,
    But His own self He gave me.
    Nought that I have my own I call,
    I hold it for the Giver;
    My heart, my strength, my life my all,
    Are His, and His forever.
  3. I’ve found a Friend; oh, such a Friend!
    All power to Him is given;
    To guard me on my upward course,
    And bring me safe to heaven.
    The eternal glories gleam afar,
    To nerve my faint endeavor;
    So now to watch, to work, to war,
    And then to rest forever.
  4. I’ve found a Friend; oh, such a Friend!
    So kind, and true, and tender,
    So wise a counselor and guide,
    So mighty a defender.
    From Him, who loveth me so well,
    What power my soul can sever?
    Shall life or death, or earth, or hell?
    No; I am His forever.

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