Cordero

Representative Text

1 Cordero, que bajaste del cielo
a morir en la cruz
para darme la luz
y tu gran salvación.
Vertiste tu sangre inmaculada
con la cual mi maldad,
al morir en la cruz,
la borraste, Jesús.

Coro:
Hoy yo te alabo, Señor,
con todo mi corazón,
Cordero, porqué eres mi Dios
porqué tú eres mi Dios
y mi buen Salvador que moriste por mí.

2 Tú eres el que diste a mi vida
esa paz sin igual,
que en el mundo falaz,
no la pude encontrar.
Por eso mi alma alegre te canta,
disfrutando el amor
que en la cruz de dolor
me extendiste, Jesús. [Coro]


Source: Celebremos Su Gloria #232

Author: Anonymous

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Adapter: Carlos Colón

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Text Information

First Line: Cordero, que bajaste del cielo
Title: Cordero
Adapter: Carlos Colón
Author: Anonymous
Source: Latinoamérica, s. 20
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Hoy yo te alabo, Señor
Notes: English translation: "Cordero, Lamb of God, who descended" by Adam M. L. Tice
Copyright: Public Domain

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Celebremos Su Gloria #232

Santo, Santo, Santo #159

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