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It Is Finished

Nothing either great or small, Nothing sinner, no

Author: James Proctor
Tune: [Nothing, either great of small] (Sankey 55551)
Published in 91 hymnals

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1 Nothing, either great or small—
Nothing, sinner, no;
Jesus died and paid it all,
Long, long ago.

Refrain:
“It is finish’d!” yes, indeed,
Finished, every jot;
Sinner, this is all you need,
Tell me, is it not?

2 When He, from His lofty throne,
Stoop’d to do and die,
Ev’rything was fully done;
Hearken to His cry! [Refrain]

3 Weary, working, burden’d one,
Wherefore toil you so?
Cease your doing; all was done
Long, long ago. [Refrain]

4 Cast your deadly “doing” down—
Down at Jesus’ feet;
Stand in Him, in Him alone,
Gloriously complete. [Refrain]

Source: Christian Endeavor Hymns #53

Author: James Proctor

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Text Information

First Line: Nothing either great or small, Nothing sinner, no
Title: It Is Finished
Author: James Proctor
Language: English
Refrain First Line: "It is finished!" yes, indeed
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #3122
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