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10719. The Lion Of Judah

1 Twas Jesus, my Saviour, who died on the tree,
To open a fountain for sinners like me;
His blood is that fountain which pardon bestows,
And cleanses the foulest wherever it flows.

Refrain:
For the Lion of Judah shall break every chain,
And give us the victory, again and again.

2 And when I was willing with all things to part,
He gave me His blessing, His love in my heart;
So now I am joined with the conquering band
Who are marching to glory at Jesus’ command. [Refrain]

3 Tho’ round me the storms of adversity roll,
And the waves of destruction encompass my soul;
In vain this frail vessel the tempest shall toss—
My hope is secure through the blood of the cross. [Refrain]

4 And when with the ransomed, by Jesus, my head,
From fountain to fountain I then shall be led;
I’ll fall at His feet and His mercy adore,
And sing hallelujah to God evermore. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Twas Jesus, my Saviour, who died on the tree
Title: The Lion Of Judah
Author: H. Q. Wilson
Refrain First Line: For the Lion of Judah shall break every chain
Meter: 11.11.11 D
Language: English
Source: Waters' Choral Harp (New York: Horace Waters, 1863)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: KAIROS
Composer: Henry Tucker (1863)
Meter: 11.11.11 D
Key: D Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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