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Jesus, Lamm Gottes, in Herrlichkeit droben gekrönet

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1 Jesus, Lamm Gottes, in Herrlichkeit droben gekrönet,
Warest einst hier und hast sterbend am Kreuz uns versöhnet.
Ewiger Sohn,
Gingst von dem Kreuze zum Thron,
Du, der hienieden verhöhnet.

2 Deine Geliebten, versammelt, um Dich zu erheben,
Die Du geführt hast vom Tode zum ewigen Leben,
Beten Dich an,
Der Du so Großes getan,
Selber Dich für uns gegeben.

3 Preis und Anbetung sei Deinem hochheiligen Namen,
Hoch und erhaben ist er über jeglichen Namen!
Preis sei schon hier,
Preis einst in Herrlichkeit Dir!
Preis sei Dir ewiglich! Amen.

Source: Glaubenslieder #129

Author: Emil Dönges, 1853-1923

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First Line: Jesus, Lamm Gottes, in Herrlichkeit droben gekrönet
Author: Emil Dönges, 1853-1923
Language: German
Publication Date: 2001
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2001.


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Glaubenslieder #129

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