246. At Calvary

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1 Years I spent in vanity and pride,
Caring not my Lord was crucified,
Knowing not it was for me He died on Calvary.

Refrain:
Mercy there was great and grace was free,
Pardon there was multiplied to me,
There my burdened soul found liberty–
At Calvary.

2 By God's Word at last my sin I learned–
Then I trembled at the Law I'd spurned,
Till my guilty soul imploring turned to Calvary. [Refrain]

3 Now I've giv'n to Jesus ev'rything,
Now I gladly own Him as my King,
Now my raptured soul can only sing of Calvary. [Refrain]

4 O the love that drew salvation's plan!
O the grace that brought it down to man!
O the mighty gulf that God did span at Calvary. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Years I spent in vanity and pride
Title: At Calvary
Author: William R. Newell, 1868-1956
Refrain First Line: Mercy there was great and grace was free
Meter: 99 13 with refrain
Language: English
Publication Date: 2001
Scripture:
Topic: Bible--Word of God; Confession and repentance; Jesus Christ: His Cross
Tune Information
Name: AT CALVARY
Arranger: Evelyn Simpson-Curenton, b. 1953
Composer: Daniel B. Towner, 1850-1919
Meter: 99 13 with refrain
Key: C Major
Copyright: Arr. © 2000, GIA Publications, Inc.



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