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And now, belovèd Lord, Thy soul resigning

Hymnal: Church Hymns #155 (1903) Hymnal Title: Church Hymns Topics: Hymns on the Passion; Good Friday; The Seven Words Languages: English Tune Title: WOODLYNN
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My Lord, my Master, at Thy feet adoring

Author: Jacques Bridaine, d. 1767; Thomas Benson Pollock Hymnal: Common Service Book of the Lutheran Church #96 (1917) Hymnal Title: Common Service Book of the Lutheran Church Lyrics: 1 My Lord, my Master, at Thy feet adoring, I see Thee bow'd beneath Thy load of woe: For me, a sinner, is Thy life-blood pouring; For Thee, my Saviour, scarce my tears will flow. 2 Thine own disciple to the Jews has sold Thee, With friendship's kiss and loyal word he came: How oft of faithful love my lips have told Thee, While Thou hast seen my falsehood and my shame! 3 With taunts and scoffs they mock what seems Thy weakness, With blows and outrage adding pain to pain: Thou art unmoved and steadfast in Thy meekness; When I am wrong'd, how quickly I complain! 4 My Lord, my Saviour, when I see Thee wearing Upon Thy bleeding brow, the crown of thorn, Shall I for pleasure live, or shrink from bearing Whate'er my lot may be of pain or scorn? 5 O victim of Thy love! O pangs most healing! O saving death! O fruitful agonies! I pray Thee, Christ, before Thee humbly kneeling, For ever keep Thy Cross before mine eyes. Amen. Topics: The Church Year Holy Week Languages: English Tune Title: WOODLYNN

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