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For me and for thee

Christ the Lord on this lonely earth

Author: Mary G. Crocker
Tune: [Christ, the Lord, on this lonely earth]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Christ, the Lord, on this lonely earth,
For me, for me,
Walk'd a man as of lowly birth,
For me, for me and for thee.

2 Laid He heavenly glory down,
For me, for me,
Kingly head wore a thorny crown,
For me, for me and for thee.

3 Was it vain that the Lord has died?
For me, for me,
Vain the Savior was crucified?
For me, for me and for thee.

4 Jesus speaks and the work is done
For me, for me.
Full atonement thro' Christ the Son,
For me, for me and for thee.

Source: Revival Praises #141

Author: Mary G. Crocker

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Text Information

First Line: Christ the Lord on this lonely earth
Title: For me and for thee
Author: Mary G. Crocker



Instances (1 - 4 of 4)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Make His Praise Glorious #137Page Scan
Revival Praises #141TextPage Scan
Treasured Hymns #d20
Triumphant Songs No.3 #27TextAudioPage Scan
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