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707. Lord of Glory, You Have Bought Us

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1 Lord of glory, you have bought us
with your life-blood as the price,
never grudging for the lost ones
that tremendous sacrifice;
and with that hast freely given
blessings countless as the sand
to the unthankful and the evil
with your own unsparing hand.

2 Grant us hearts, dear Lord, to give you
gladly, freely, of your own.
With the sunshine of your goodness
melt our thankless hearts of stone
till our cold and selfish natures,
warmed by you, at length believe
that more happy and more blessed
'tis to give than to receive.

3 Wondrous honor you have given
to our humblest charity
in your own mysterious sentence,
"You have done it all to me."
Naked, sick, in prison, hungry --
in the least, your face we view,
saying by your poor and needy,
"Give as I have giv'n to you."

4 Lord of glory, you have bought us
with your life-blood as the price,
never grudging for the lost ones
that tremendous sacrifice.
Give us faith to trust you boldly,
hope, to stay our souls on you:
but, oh, best of all your graces,
with your love our love renew.

Text Information
First Line: Lord of glory, you have bought us
Title: Lord of Glory, You Have Bought Us
Author: Eliza S. Alderson, 1818-1889, alt. (alt.)
Meter: 8 7 8 7 D
Language: English
Publication Date: 2006
Topic: Justice, Peace; Judgment
Tune Information
Name: HYFRYDOL
Composer: Rowland H. Prichard, 1811-1887
Meter: 8 7 8 7 D
Key: F Major



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