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Jesus died to save me

Jesus died upon the tree, That from sin we might be free

Author: Annie Wittenmeyer
Tune: [Jesus died upon the tree] (Fischer)
Published in 16 hymnals

Author: Annie Wittenmeyer

Sarah Ann Turner; b. 8/26/1827; d. 2/2/1900; Wittenmyer, Annie (Turner) 1827-1900; usage: Annie Wittenmyer Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesus died upon the tree, That from sin we might be free
Title: Jesus died to save me
Author: Annie Wittenmeyer
Refrain First Line: Precious love, wondrous love
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 16 of 16)

A Selection of Spiritual Songs for the Sunday School #d121

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A Selection of Spiritual Songs #138

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Bright Jewels for the Sunday School #134

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Infant Praises #107

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Junior Christian Endeavor Songs #111

Notes of Joy, for the Sabbath School #d64

Selected Songs #d51

Sowing and Reaping #d27

Sowing and Reaping No. 2 #d42

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Sunday School Songs #91

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The Jewel #83

The Song Evangel #d102

The Song Evangel #ad102

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The Wells of Salvation #112

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Winnowed Songs for Sunday Schools #23

Wonderful Jesus and Other Songs #95

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