Nothing between my soul and the Savior
Nothing between my soul and the Savior.Charles Albert Tindley* (1851-1933).
This hymn is normally known as ‘Nothing Between’. Tindley’s copyright was dated 1905. Young, who dates in ‘ca. 1906’, describes it as having been written during a difficult period of Tindley’s life in Philadelphia ‘when negotiations were underway for the purchase of the Westminster Presbyterian Church on Broad Street’ (Young, 1993, p. 495). It had four stanzas and a refrain. The refrain was:
Nothing between my soul and the Savior, So that His blessed face may be seen; Nothing preventing the least of His favor; Keep the way clear! Let nothing between.
The stanzas were:
Nothing between my soul and the Savior,...
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