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Holy Jesu, by thy passion

Author: William John Sparrow-Simpson, 1859-1952 Hymnal: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #287 (2000) Meter: 8.7.8.7 with refrain Hymnal Title: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New Refrain First Line: Crucified, I turn to thee Lyrics: 1 Holy Jesu, by thy passion, by the woes which none can share, borne in more than kingly fashion, by thy love beyond compare: Refrain: Crucified, I turn to thee, Son of Mary, plead for me. 2 By the treachery and trial, by the blows and sore distress, by desertion and denial, by thine awful loneliness: [Refrain] 3 By thy look so sweet and lowly, while they smote thee on the face, by thy patience, calm and holy, in the midst of keen disgrace: [Refrain] 4 By the hour of condemnation, by the blood which trickled down, when, for us and our salvation, thou didst wear the robe and crown: [Refrain] 5 By the path of sorrows dreary, by the cross, thy dreadful load, by the pain, when, faint and weary, thou didst sink, upon the road: [Refrain] 6 By the spirit which could render love for hate and good for ill, by the mercy, sweet and tender, poured upon thy murd'rers still: [Refrain] Topics: Passiontide; Year C Palm Sunday: Liturgy of the Passion Scripture: Luke 23:34 Languages: English Tune Title: HOLY JESU

Holy Jesus, by thy passion

Hymnal: Hymns Old and New #213 (1996) Meter: 8.7.8.7 with refrain Hymnal Title: Hymns Old and New Languages: English

Crucifed I turn to thee

Author: William James Sparrow Simpson Hymnal: Sunday School Hymnal #d150 (1901) Hymnal Title: Sunday School Hymnal First Line: Holy Jesus, by thy passion

Holy Jesu, By Thy Passion

Hymnal: The A. M. E. Zion Hymnal #118 (1957) Hymnal Title: The A. M. E. Zion Hymnal Tune Title: [Holy Jesu, by Thy Passion]
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Crucified, I turn to thee

Author: Rev. W. J. Sparrow Simpson Hymnal: The Book of Common Praise #136 (1939) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: The Book of Common Praise First Line: Holy Jesu, by thy passion Topics: Passiontide; Good Friday Tune Title: PLEAD FOR ME
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Crucified I turn to Thee

Author: Rev. W. J. Sparrow Simpson Hymnal: The Book of Common Praise #142 (1909) Hymnal Title: The Book of Common Praise First Line: Holy Jesus, by Thy passion Languages: English
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Crucified I turn to Thee

Author: W. J. Sparrow Simpson Hymnal: The Parish School Hymnal #60 (1926) Hymnal Title: The Parish School Hymnal First Line: Holy Jesus, by Thy passion Languages: English Tune Title: PLEAD FOR ME
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Crucifed I turn to thee

Author: Anon. Hymnal: Wartburg Hymnal #170 (1918) Hymnal Title: Wartburg Hymnal First Line: Holy Jesus, by Thy Passion Lyrics: 1 Holy Jesus, by Thy Passion, By the woes which none can share, Borne in more than kingly fashion, By Thy love beyond compare: Crucified, I turn to Thee, Son of Mary, plead for me. 2 By the treachery and trial, By the blows and sore distress, By desertion and denial, By Thine awful loneliness: Crucified, I turn to Thee, Son of Mary, plead for me. 3 By Thy look so sweet and lowly, While they smote Thee on the face, By Thy patience, calm and holy, In the midst of keen disgrace: Crucified, I turn to Thee, Son of Mary, plead for me. 4 By the hour of condemnation, By the blood which trickled down, When for us and our salvation Thou didst wear the robe and crown: Crucified, I turn to Thee, Son of Mary, plead for me. 5 By the path of sorrows dreary, By the cross, Thy dreadful load, By the pain, when, faint and wear. thou didst sink, upon the road: Crucified, I turn to Thee, Son of Mary, plead for me. 6 By the spirit which could render Love for hate and good for ill, By the mercy, sweet and tender, Poured upon Thy murderers still: Crucified, I turn to Thee, Son of Mary, plead for me. Topics: Lent

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