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Is it nothing to you that long ages ago

Is it nothing to you that long ages ago

Author: T. M. Eastwood
Tune: [Is it nothing to you that long ages ago]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Is it nothing to you that long ages ago
The Saviour from heaven came down,
Deprived of the glory he had upon high,
Bereft of his beautiful crown.

Is it nothing, nothing,
Nothing to you,
Is it nothing, O sinner, to you?
Bethink you today,
Ere your life ebbs away;
Is it nothing, just nothing to you?

2 Is it nothing to you that he wandered on earth,
Despised and rejected of men?
The foxes had holes and the birds had their nests,
But he had no resting place then. [Refrain]

3 Is it nothing to you that he died on the cross,
And bore such a terrible load,
While out of his bosom the stream of his love,
A current of crimson fast flowed. [Refrain]

4 Is it nothing to you that he entered the grave,
And met the last enemy there,
And conquered the legions of hell by his power,
The crown of the victor to wear. [Refrain]

5 Is it nothing to you that he’s coming again,
With angels a glorious train,
To sit on his throne as the judge of the world,
And then to eternity reign. [Refrain]

Source: Songs for All #39

Author: T. M. Eastwood

Early 20th Century We have little data on Eastwood, except that he was a minister in the Reformed Episcopal Church of England. --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Is it nothing to you that long ages ago
Author: T. M. Eastwood



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Revival Gems No. 1 #d32

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Songs for All #39

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Songs of Love Divine #39

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