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305. Arise, My Soul, Arise

1 Arise, my soul, arise,
shake off your guilty fears:
the bleeding Sacrifice
in my behalf appears:
before the throne my Surety stands,
before the throne my Surety stands,
my name is written on his hands.

2 He ever lives above,
for me to intercede,
his all-redeeming love,
his precious blood to plead;
his blood atoned for ev'ry race,
his blood atoned for ev'ry race,
and sprinkles now the throne of grace.

3 Five bleeding wounds he bears,
received on Calvary;
they pour effectual prayers,
they strongly plead for me.
"Forgive him, O forgive," they cry,
"Forgive him, O forgive," they cry,
"nor let that ransomed sinner die!"

4 My God is reconciled;
his pard'ning voice I hear;
he owns me for his child,
I can no longer fear;
with confidence I now draw nigh,
with confidence I now draw nigh,
and "Father, Abba, Father!" cry.

Text Information
First Line: Arise, my soul, arise
Title: Arise, My Soul, Arise
Author: Charles Wesley (1742; Alt. 1961, mod.)
Meter: 6.6.6.6.8.8.8.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1990
Scripture: ;
Topic: Jesus Christ: His Priestly Intercession; Abiding in Christ; Christ: Blood of
Tune Information
Name: LENOX
Composer: Louis Edson (1782)
Meter: 6.6.6.6.8.8.8.
Key: A♭ Major



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