Es Cristo quien por mí murió, Mis culpas él borró

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1 Es Cristo quien por mí murió,
Mis culpas el borró.
¡Cuán grandes penas él sufrió,
Cuán grande es su amor!

¡Oh, cuanto le alabo!
¡Oh, cuanto le adoro!
Y siempre le sigo
De todo corazón.

2 Jesús su sangre derramó,
El Rey por mí murió;
Por mí, porque él me amó,
Mí iniquidad limpió. [Coro]

3 ¡Oh! nunca puedo yo pagar,
La deuda de su amor;
Estoy aquí, mí Salvador,
Recíbeme, Señor. [Coro]

4 Vivir con Cristo me trae paz,
Con él habitaré;
Pues suyo soy, y de hoy en más,
A nadie temeré. [Coro]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #13687

Author: Frederick Whitfield

Whitfield, Frederick, B.A., son of H. Whitfield, was born at Threapwood, Shropshire, Jan. 7, 1829, and educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he took his B.A. in 1859. On taking Holy Orders, he was successively curate of Otley, vicar of Kirby-Ravensworth, senior curate of Greenwich, and Vicar of Stanza John's, Bexley. In 1875 he was preferred to St. Mary's, Hastings. Mr. Whitfield's works in prose and verse number upwards of thirty, including Spiritual unfolding from the Word of Life; Voices from the Valley Testifying of Jesus; The Word Unveiled; Gleanings from Scripture, &c. Several of his hymns appeared in his Sacred Poems and Prose, 1861, 2nd Series, 1864; The Casket, and Quiet Hours in the Sanctuary. The hymn by which he is most wid… Go to person page >

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First Line: Es Cristo quien por mí murió, Mis culpas él borró
English Title: There is a name I love to hear
Author: Frederick Whitfield (1855)
Source: Es traducción
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: ¡Oh cuánto le alabo! ¡Oh cuánto le adoro!
Copyright: Public Domain



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