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Herr Jesus, unser Heiland Du

Herr Jesus, unser Heiland Du

Tune: [Herr Jesus, unser Heiland Du]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Herr Jesus, unser Heiland Du,
Du heilges Gotteslamm,
hast uns mit Deinem eignen Blut
erlöst am Kreuzesstamm.

2 Wir rühmen Deine Liebe, Herr,
die Dir uns nah gebracht
und ihre Herrlichkeit verließ
und kam in unsre Nacht

3 und dem Verderben, unsrer Not,
hier zu begegnen kam
und im Gericht der Sünde Lohn
aus Liebe aus sich nahm.

4 Du warest reich und wurdest arm
Um unsertwillen hier,
damit, befreit von Sünd und Tod,
wir würden reich in Dir.

5 Dies grab in unsre Herzen tief
Mit ewgen Zügen ein,
damit ein Abdruck Deiner Lieb
bei uns mag sichtbar sein.

Source: Glaubenslieder #390

Text Information

First Line: Herr Jesus, unser Heiland Du
Language: German
Publication Date: 2001
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2001.

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Glaubenslieder #390

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