Fallen, that’s the way we all begin

Fallen, that’s the way we all begin:
Imprisoned by the evil fate we’re in.
How can we from this hard world of sin
    be saved?
  Just by calling, “Jesus, Jesus, Jesus.”
Every moment, each day!
Calling on the name of Jesus—
We’re finding is the way.
It’s Jesus, Lord Jesus!
Even though we love the Lord so much,
Somehow, it seems we get out of touch
With Jesus. How can we be freed from such
Sometimes we know we aren’t being real
Then times, we just live by how we feel.
Is there some way we could ever deal
    with self?
Christians, scattered throughout all the earth
Are wand’ring—Lord, where is Your Bride of worth?
How can all those of the second birth
    be one?
Richard acosta

Buford, GA, United States

Amen we need just call Jesus praise the Lord brothers

Jose Feliciano

Irving, Texas, United States

Jesus Jesus Jesus!!!!

Isaac Acosta

Irvine, CA, United States

It's not how you begin, it's how you finish! JESUS JESUS JESUS!

Jana Jane Abringe M.

Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines

Just by calling; Jesus, Jesus, Jesus! Every moment each day! Amen!


Accra, Ghana

This is the hymn that always keeps me going. just by calling Jesus Jesus Jesus. That's the way we can be save. Hallelujah!

Ben Williams

I remember this song from a long time ago and enjoyed singing it so much during my drives. Sometimes the last section is "where is that pearl of great worth?" for when we give up all things to gain Him!

Crystal Tafoya

Fort Collins, Colorado, United States

Praise the Lord it's by calling Jesus!!!!! Oh! Lord! Jesus!

Matthew and Jonathan

Irvine, CA, United States

Praise the Lord! We can just call Jesus!

Nelson Liu

Irvine, CA

Just call O LORD JESUS!

Zion Lucy Cypress

This song is encourage me all the day when I was in training at Med Shool, the most hard time of our trial. Jesus, Jesus, Jesus!

Before that trial, I didn't call the Lord because I was capaple to do everything easily. But I was so happy to call on the Lord. Now, in my hardworking and depressions, finally just calling became not easygoing.

Every time I do something to the patient, I say from deep in my heart,

Jesus, Jesus, Jesus!