Down to the depths of woe

Down to the depths of woe

Author: George W. Frazer
Published in 5 hymnals

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1 Down to the depths of woe
Christ came to set me free;
He bared His breast, receiv’d the blow,
Which Justice aim’d at me!

2 There Justice met my sin,
On the accursed tree;
To prove His love, my heart to win,
Christ “gave Himself for me!”

3 As Advocate on high,
My soul, He pleads for thee!
And when I wander, draws me nigh,—
He ever lives for me!

4 Through all this desert place,
My Guide and Strength is He,
Till I shall see Him face to face,
When He shall come for me!

5 Yes! soon this waiting hour
On time’s swift wings shall flee;
Soon He will come in glorious pow’r,—
Jesus Himself for me!

Source: Evangelistic Songs #130

Author: George W. Frazer

[This information is obtained from "Songs of Pilgrimage and Glory" by E.E. Cornwall:] G.W. Frazer was born in 1840 in Co. Leitrim, Ireland. In May 24th. 1872 he married Eleanor Louisa Knox. They had no children. She died on May 14th. 1914. G.W. Frazer died on Jan. 24th. 1896 and was buried in Cheltenham Cemetery. In the 18th century, a branch of the Lovat-Frazers of Inverness, migrated from the Highlands of Scotland to settle down in Ireland. Among them was William Potter Frazer who, settling in Tuam, became an inspector in the Royal Irish Constabulary. The father of ten children, George, the third son, is the subject of this paper. At the time of George's birth, an earnest young man, after much exercise of soul, withdrew from the Chu… Go to person page >

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First Line: Down to the depths of woe
Author: George W. Frazer



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Evangelistic Songs #130

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