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Beneath thy cross I stand

Beneath thy cross I stand

Author: W. H. Lehmann
Published in 3 hymnals

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1 Beneath Thy cross I stand
And view Thy marred face;
O Son of Man, must Thou thus die
To save a fallen race?

2 Alone thou bear'st the wrath
That should on sinners fall,
While from Thy holy wounds forth flows
A stream of life for all.

3 O Lamb of God so meek,
Beneath Thy cross I bow:
Heart-stricken all my sins confess--
O hear, forgive me now!

4 O Son of God, look down
In mercy now on me
And heal my wounds of sin and death
That I may live to Thee!


Source: American Lutheran Hymnal #393

Author: W. H. Lehmann

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Author: W. H. Lehmann



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