1 A time to watch, a time to pray,
a day of wonders is today:
the saddest, yet the gladdest too,
that earth or heaven ever knew.
2 The saddest, for our Saviour bore
his death, that we might die no more:
the agony, the scourge, the fear,
the crown of thorns, the cross, the spear.
3 And yet the gladdest, for today
our load of sin was borne away:
and hopes of joy that never dies
hang on our Saviour's sacrifice.
4 O Saviour, how we bless your name!
Yours is the glory, ours the shame;
by all the pain your love endured
let all our many sins be cured.
Source: Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #175
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|Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #175||A time to watch, a time to pray||A time to watch, a time to pray||BRESLAU||John Mason Neale (1818-1866)||LM||Matthew 27:27-54; 1 Peter 2:24; 1 Peter 3:18||2013||Atonement | ; Church Year | Good Friday; Good Friday | ; Jesus | name; Sin ||
|Small Church Music #1471||Mylor||A time to watch a time to pray||MYLOR||J. M. Neale||184.108.40.206|