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180. The Seven Words on the Cross: I Jesus, in Thy Dying woes

Part I:

"Father, forgive them: for thy know not what they do."

1 Jesus, in Thy dying woes,
Even while Thy life-blood flows,
Craving pardon for Thy foes:
Hear us, Holy Jesus.

2 Savior, for our pardon sue,
When our sins Thy pangs renew,
For we know not what we do:
Hear us, Holy Jesus.

3 Oh, may we, who mercy need,
Be like Thee in heart and deed
When with wrong our spirits bleed!
Hear us, Holy Jesus.

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: Jesus, in Thy dying woes
Title: The Seven Words on the Cross: I Jesus, in Thy Dying woes
Author: Thomas B. Pollock (1870)
Meter: 7.7.7.6.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1941
Scripture:
Topic: The Church Year: Good Friday
Tune Information
Name: SEPTEM VERBA
Composer: Bernhard Schumacher (1939)
Meter: 7.7.7.6.
Key: d minor



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