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460. My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less

1 My hope is built on nothing less
than Jesus' blood and righteousness;
on Christ, the solid rock, I stand;
all other ground is sinking sand.

2 When all around my soul gives way,
he then is all my hope and stay.
His oath, his covenant, his blood
support me in the whelming flood.

3 When darkness veils his lovely face
I rest on his unchanging grace;
safe in his sure, unending love,
till gathered to his rest above.

4 When he shall come with trumpet sound,
and I will then in him be found,
dressed in his righteousness alone,
faultless to stand before the throne.

Text Information
First Line: My hope is built on nothing less
Title: My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less
Author: Edward Mote
Author (additions): Norman J. Kansfield (1982)
Publication Date: 1985
Meter: LM
Topic: Jesus Christ: Rock of Ages; Jesus Christ: Strength and Refuge
Language: English
Refrain First Line: On Christ, the solid rock, I stand
Copyright: Used by permission
Tune Information
Name: ELTON
Composer: Lowell Mason (1854)
Meter: LM
Key: A Major



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