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82. 'Tis Finished! so the Savior Cried

1 'Tis finished! so the Savior cried,
And meekly bowed His head and died:
'Tis finished! yes, the race is run,
The battle fought, the victory won.

2 'Tis finished! all that heaven decreed
And all the ancient prophets said
Is now fulfilled, as was designed,
In Me, the Savior of mankind.

3 'Tis finished! this My dying groan
Shall sins of ev'ry kind atone;
Millions shall be redeemed from death,
By this My last expiring breath.

4 'Tis finished! let the joyful sound
Be heard thro' all the nations round;
'Tis finished! let the echo fly
Thro' heav'n and hell, thro' earth and sky.

Text Information
First Line: 'Tis finished! so the Savior cried
Title: 'Tis Finished! so the Savior Cried
Author: S. Stennett (1787)
Publication Date: 1918
Topic: Church Festivals: Passion and Easter; The Lord's Supper; Call and Repentance (1 more...)
Tune Information
Composer: John B. Dykes (1861)
Key: d minor

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