1 For our transgressions you were wounded;
our sins, O Lord, on you were laid;
your suff'rings, O what love unbounded
for guilty ones the debt have paid!
With humble thanks we now adore you;
your cross our glory shall remain;
yet oft ashamed we weep before you,
that we by sin the Lord have slain.
2 O may your love be ever dwelling
within my heart alone enthroned,
all other love but yours expelling,
that love which for my sins atoned;
now Jesus, only, be my treasure,
my joy, my crown while life shall last;
none else on earth shall yield me pleasure,
none else in heav'n, when earth is past.
Source: Moravian Book of Worship #340
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|Moravian Book of Worship #340||For Our Transgressions You Were Wounded||For our transgressions you were wounded||SAXONY||Christian Ignatius Latrobe, 1758-1846; Paul Gerhardt, 1607-1676||220.127.116.11.D. Iambic||Philippians 2:1-13||1995||Lent | ; Christ--Atonement | ; Christ--Love of | ; Christian year--Lent ||