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De su trono mi Jesús, a morir aquí bajó

Representative Text

1 De su trono mi Jesús
A morir aquí bajó,
Y clavado en una cruz,
Mis pecados Él quitó.

2 Bien me quiere el Salvador
Que sufrió por mi maldad:
Te bendigo, mi Señor,
Reconozco tu bondad.

3 Guarda fiel mi corazón,
Tú que en vela estás por mí;
Y haz que en tierna devoción
Viva siempre yo por Ti.

Source: Culto Cristiano #361

Text Information

First Line: De su trono mi Jesús, a morir aquí bajó
Source: Estrella de Belen
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Cristo me ama
Copyright: Public Domain



William B. Bradbury (PHH 114) added a refrain line to Warner's stanzas and wrote the tune JESUS LOVES ME in 1861. The hymn was published in Bradbury's church school collection The Golden Shower (1862). The tune is also known as CHINA in some hymnals, presumably because of its popularity among missio…

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Orlando Gibbons (PHH 167) composed SONG 13 in soprano and bass parts. Used as a setting for a text from the Song of Songs, the tune was published in George Withers' Hymnes and Songs of the Church (1623) as hymn number 13 (hence the tune name). As in other hymnals, the melody is presented in a simpli…

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Himnario Adventista del Séptimo Día #514

Include 5 pre-1979 instances
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