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112. Blessed Redeemer

1 Up Calv'ry's mountain, one dreadful morn,
Walked Christ my Savior, weary and worn;
Facing for sinners death on the cross,
That He might save them from endless loss.

Refrain:
Blessed Redeemer, precious Redeemer!
Seems now I see Him on Calvary's tree,
Wounded and bleeding, for sinners pleading–
Blind and unheeding - dying for me!

2 "Father, forgive them!" thus did He pray,
E'en while His lifeblood flowed fast away;
Praying for sinners while in such woe–
No one but Jesus ever loved so. [Refrain]

3 O how I love Him, Savior and Friend!
How can my praises ever find end!
Thru years unnumbered on heaven's shore,
My tongue shall praise Him forevermore. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Up Calv'ry's mountain, one dreadful morn
Title: Blessed Redeemer
Author: Avis B. Christiansen
Refrain First Line: Blessed Redeemer, precious Redeemer!
Language: English
Publication Date: 2001
Topic: Atonement; Cross; Good Friday
Tune Information
Name: REDEEMER
Composer: Harry Dixon Loes
Key: D Major



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