He bore my heart's burden

I have tasted the love of my blessed Lord

Author: John MacMillan
Tune: [I have tasted the love of my blessed Lord]
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1 I have tasted the love off my blessed Lord,
I have learned to delight in His holy word;
With all His commands I’m in sweetest accord,
Since He bore my heart’s burden away.

Refrain:
For no burden for Him is too heavy to bear,
No sorrow His love cannot lighten;
No road is so rough that His hand cannot smooth,
No darkness that he cannot brighten.

2 There is nothing so sweet as His love to me,
For it led Him to die on the cruel tree;
‘Tis thins that has caused Him so precious to be,
Since He bore my heart’s burden away. [Refrain]

3 For His sheep never hunger while in the fold,
Unto Him they’re more precious than purest gold;
His faithfulness never by me can be told,
Since He bore my heart’s burden away. [Refrain]

Source: New Songs of Praise and Power 1-2-3 Combined #194

Author: John MacMillan

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First Line: I have tasted the love of my blessed Lord
Title: He bore my heart's burden
Author: John MacMillan
Refrain First Line: For no burden for Him is too heavy to bear

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New Songs of Praise and Power 1-2-3 Combined #194

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