O how great His salvation

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O how great His salvation!
O how great His salvation!
O how great His salvation!
  Jesus saves me now!
  Jesus breaks every fetter!
Jesus breaks every fetter!
Jesus breaks every fetter!
    Jesus sets me free!
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All my sins are forgiven!
All my fetters are riven!
I enjoy peace of heaven!
  Jesus saves me now!
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Neither sin nor temptation,
Neither Satan’s vexation,
Nor the world’s best elation
  Can enslave me now!
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I will sing Hallelujah!
I will sing Hallelujah!
I will sing Hallelujah!
  Jesus saves me now!
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Lucia Lu-Shieh

Atlanta, GA, United States

I really enjoy this hymn when I read Romans 8:1-2, "There is now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. For the law of the Spirit of life has freed me in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and of death."

I enoyed the notes too, "The law of the Spirit of life is the subject of Romans chapter 8...

Life is the content and issue of the Spirit, and the Spirit is the ultimate and consummate manifestation of the Triune God after His being

processed through incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection, ascension, and becoming the indwelling and life-giving Spirit, who is life to all the believers in Christ (p. 633).

In Ezekiel 34:27 the Lord promised to break all the yokes, including the yokes of sin and the world. With Him as our Shepherd, we have no yokes and no bondage. Jesus breaks every fetter! In the local churches we have no yokes. Instead, we have full liberty and full release.

...The chorus of Hymns, #1065 says, "Jesus breaks every fetter!... Jesus sets me free!" We are in bondage; we need to be set free by Jesus. To help us be released, it would be good if we would sing to the Lord as we are walking or driving to the church meetings. If we release our spirit, our living will be more sanctified, separated from the world...

You should sing gospel songs to your relatives and friends. You should also help them to sing along with you. Sometimes it is better to sing than to preach. Let us sing together hymn 1065...