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Jesus Christus, Gottes Lamm

Jesus Christus, Gottes Lamm

Author: Joachim Justus Breithaupt
Published in 9 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Jesus Christus, Gottes Lamm,
ist für unsre Schuld gestorben
hat bezahlt am Kreuzesstamm
und die Freiheit uns erworden:
wer die Sünde wohl bereuet,
wird durch Christi Tod erfreuet.

2 Gott, der selbst die Liebe ist,
prieset seiner Liebe Wunder,
daS sein Sohn, der Herre Christ,
starb für alle Feind und Sünder;
sind wir durch dis Blut Gerechte,
trifft der Zorn nicht mehr die Knechte.

3 Ja, so wir versöhnet sind,
weil der Sohn ist hingegeben,
so wird das erstandne Kind
noch vielmehr uns durch sein Leben
selig machen, die er Brüder
heißt und seines Leibes Glieder.

4 Aber nicht alleine dies,
sondern weil wir sind im Sohne,
welcher selbst den Schlangenbiß
heilet, daß er in uns wohne,
ei, so rühmen auch wir Sünder,
daß wir nun find Gottes Kinder.

5 Hochgelobet, sagen wir
Vater! in dem Himmel oben;
siehe, wie die Sünd allhier
in uns will noch immer toben.
Wollest, Herr! den Geist uns geben,
daß wir ewig in der leben.

Source: Evang.-Lutherisches Gesangbuch #162

Author: Joachim Justus Breithaupt

Breithaupt, Joachim Justus, son of Christian Breithaupt, Superintendent of the district of Hohenstadt or Honstedt, Hannover, was born at Nordheim, in Hannover, Feb., 1658. After a theological course at Helmstadt he became, in 1680, Conrector of the Gymnasium at Wolfenbüttel, but left in 1681, and, after being Professor of Homiletics in Kiel, was appointed, in 1685, Court preacher and member of the Consistory at Meiningen. In 1687 he became Pastor and Professor of Theology at Erfurt, receiving in the same year the degree of D.D. from the University of Kiel. Driven from Kiel by the Pietistic Controversy, he was appointed in 1691 pastor of the Cathedral Church, and dean of the Theological Faculty, at Halle; and in 1705, in addition, General S… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesus Christus, Gottes Lamm
Author: Joachim Justus Breithaupt
Language: German
Copyright: Public Domain

Notes

Suggested tune: LIEBSTER JESU ================== Jesus Christus, Gottes Lamm. [Passiontide.] Founded on Romans viii. 8-11. First in the Geistreiches Gesang-Buch, Halle, 1697, p. 549, in 5 stanzas. The translations are—(1) "Christ, th' eternal Lamb of God," by J.C. Jacobi, 1725, p. 13), repeated as No. 537 in pt. i. of the Moravian Hymn Book, 1754. (2) "Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God," in G. Moultrie's Hymns and Lyrics, 1867, p. 64. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

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Das Neue Gesangbuch, zum oeffentlichen Gottesdienste, und zur haeuslichen Andacht. l. Aufl. #d64

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Erbauliche Lieder-Sammlung #159

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Evang.-Lutherisches Gesangbuch #162

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Gesangbuch in Mennoniten-Gemeinden in Kirche und Haus #118

Gesangbuch in welchem ein Sammlung geistreicher Lieder befindlich #d327

Gesangbuch #ad327

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