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Thou, Jesus Christ, Didst Man Become

Author: Olaus Petri, 1497-1552Hymnal: Hymnal and Order of Service #5a (1901)Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.8.7Hymnal Title: Hymnal and Order of ServiceLyrics: 1 Thou, Jesus Christ, didst man become From death us to deliver; Thy pitying eye beheld our doom, That we were lost forever; Thou gavest hope in direst need, When death and hell with gaping greed Were ready to devour us. 2 Thou couldst not bear that Satan's might Had in its grasp enslaved us: In pity thou didst for us fight, And hast in mercy saved us. From heaven Thou cam'st for our release, To purchase our eternal peace, By bitter death and suffering. 3 And Thou hast taught us in Thy Word That faith shall life inherit, For Thou art merciful, O Lord, And sav'st us by Thy merit, If we but simply do believe That all Thy children shall receive The blessings Thou hast promised. 4 Our brother Thou art now become-- An honor beyond measure! Thou wouldst our life with mercy crown, And give us richest treasure. The world's contempt we need not fear, God's Son is now our brother dear: What power can now destroy us? 5 All praise to Thee eternally, For all Thy gracious favor; We are God's children now with Thee, Lord Jesus Christ, our Saviour! Well may we one and all rejoice, And praise our God with heart and voice; He is our gracious Father.Topics: AdventLanguages: EnglishTune Title: AUS TIEFER NOTH SCHREI ICH ZU DIR
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Thou, Jesus Christ, Didst Man Become

Author: Olaus Petri, 1497-1552Hymnal: Hymnal and Order of Service #5b (1901)Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.8.7Hymnal Title: Hymnal and Order of ServiceLyrics: 1 Thou, Jesus Christ, didst man become From death us to deliver; Thy pitying eye beheld our doom, That we were lost forever; Thou gavest hope in direst need, When death and hell with gaping greed Were ready to devour us. 2 Thou couldst not bear that Satan's might Had in its grasp enslaved us: In pity thou didst for us fight, And hast in mercy saved us. From heaven Thou cam'st for our release, To purchase our eternal peace, By bitter death and suffering. 3 And Thou hast taught us in Thy Word That faith shall life inherit, For Thou art merciful, O Lord, And sav'st us by Thy merit, If we but simply do believe That all Thy children shall receive The blessings Thou hast promised. 4 Our brother Thou art now become-- An honor beyond measure! Thou wouldst our life with mercy crown, And give us richest treasure. The world's contempt we need not fear, God's Son is now our brother dear: What power can now destroy us? 5 All praise to Thee eternally, For all Thy gracious favor; We are God's children now with Thee, Lord Jesus Christ, our Saviour! Well may we one and all rejoice, And praise our God with heart and voice; He is our gracious Father.Topics: AdventLanguages: EnglishTune Title: AUS TIEFER NOTH SCHREI ICH ZU DIR
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Thou, Jesus Christ, didst man become

Author: O. PetriHymnal: Hymnal #5 (1899)Hymnal Title: Hymnal




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