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37. A New Creation

1 Jesus on Calvary died for all,
Paying the ransom for a ruined race,
Died as our Substitute, heard our call,
Came in the fulness of his boundless grace.

Refrain:
Therefore if any man be in Christ,
he is a new creation.
Old things have passed away,
Old things have pass away, behold!
all things have become new.

2 Since he so tenderly bore our shame,
We, whom he purchased, have a duty clear;
All things henceforth should be “in his name;”
New, pure and beautiful should life appear. [Refrain]

3 Newly created by pow’r divine,
Walking in newness is his will for me;
Help me, I ask of thee, Savior mine,
Help me to cling more closely unto thee. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Jesus on Calvary died for all
Title: A New Creation
Author: Flora Kirkland
Refrain First Line: Therefore if any man be in Christ
Publication Date: 1904
Topic: Atonement-Salvation
Tune Information
Name: [Jesus on Calvary died for all]
Composer: I. H. Meredith



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