1. O love, how deep, how broad, how high,
it fills the heart with ecstasy,
that God, the Son of God, should take
our mortal form for mortals' sake!
2. For us baptized, for us he bore
his holy fast and hungered sore,
for us temptation sharp he knew;
for us the tempter overthrew.
3. For us he prayed; for us he taught;
for us his daily works he wrought;
by words and signs and actions thus
still seeking not himself, but us.
4. For us to evil power betrayed,
scourged, mocked, in purple robe arrayed,
he bore the shameful cross and death,
for us gave up his dying breath.
5. For us he rose from death again;
for us he went on high to reign;
for us he sent his Spirit here,
to guide, to strengthen, and to cheer.
6. All glory to our Lord and God
for love so deep, so high, so broad:
the Trinity whom we adore,
forever and forevermore.
|First Line:||O love, how deep, how broad, how high|
|Title:||O Love, How Deep|
|Translator:||Benjamin Webb (1854, alt.)|
|Topic:||Christ's Gracious Life: Life and Teaching; Adoration and Praise; Christian Year: Lent(6 more...)|
|Source:||15th cent. Latin|
|Source:||English melody; harm. from Hymns Ancient and Modern, Revised, 1950|
|Partita on Deo Gracias||O Love, How Deep (Expressive Piano Solos for Holy Week)||O LOVE HOW DEEP (Voices United 1996 - 348 - w/o descant)|
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