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Resurrection and New Life 21: Psalm of Praise – “All We Sinners” by Crowder

Resurrection and New Life Day 21 – Psalm of Praise – “All We Sinners” by Crowder (Written by David Crowder, Ed Cash, and Seth Philpott)

All We Sinners

On yonder hill, the darkness flew 
The morning broke in light and dew 
When day had come again anew 
All we sinners sang
In muck and mire our wretched souls
Had fallen to the depths below
Hell deserved, but there was hope
All we sinners sang

Saved, we are saved
The gates of Heaven wide open
Saved, we are saved
The keys to the grave have been stolen

What could ever pay the cost?
On Calvary’s hill there rose a cross
And could it be that evil lost?
All we sinners sang and all we sinners sang

Saved, we are saved
The gates of heaven wide open
Saved, we are saved
The keys to the grave have been stolen

The crimson river, like a flood
Came washing over all of us
It swallowed sin and death right up
And all we sinners sang

On yonder hill, where darkness flew
The morning breaks in light and dew
Day has come again anew
All we sinners sang

Within a period of 13 months back in 2016-17, all three of my daughters became Christians. They professed Jesus Christ as their Savior, and their sins were forgiven. There were several songs that took on new meaning for me. I remember, while cutting my grass, listening through tears to “The Cross Has the Final Word” by Newsboys. But the one song I listened to over and over again was this one. In addition to my own salvation, I rejoiced in knowing all of my children would join me and my wife in Heaven forever. Listening to the phrase “we are saved” brought on many moments of praise—and it still does! Few things make my heart sing like knowing for sure my sins are forgiven.

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