Jesús, mi tesoro, mi dicha, mi amor

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1 Jesús mi tesoro, mi dicha, mi amor,
Tú solo el consuelo me mandas a mí:
Si alegre me encuentro, si tengo dolor,
Mi tierna plegaria dirijo hacia Ti.

2 Por eso en el mundo a Ti, mi Señor,
La paz y el consuelo te debo pedir,
Cantando mil himnos con santo fervor,
Que Tú, por tu gracia, querrás recibir.

3 Pues Tú me sustentas, mi Rey y mi Dios,
Miseria y pecado retiras de mEi,
Y me has prometido tu gracia y perdón,
Si vengo contrito y confiado hacia Ti.

4 Por eso humillado, to célica voz,
Tus tiernas promesas escucho yo aquí,
Constante esperando tu gracia y amor,
Para ir luego al cielo contigo a vivir.


Source: Culto Cristiano #243

Author: Elias Amador

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Text Information

First Line: Jesús, mi tesoro, mi dicha, mi amor
Author: Elias Amador
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

MAGILL (Perkins)


MALDWYN

MALDWYN, a personal name in Welsh, is a traditional Welsh tune thought to date from the seventeenth century. It was published in David Evan's (PHH 285) collection Moliant Cenedl Dinbych (1920). The tune consists of four long phrases, each of which has the same rhythmic scheme. In minor tonality, the…

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LYONS

LYONS, named for the French city Lyons, appeared with a reference to “Haydn” in volume 2 of William Gardiner’s (PHH 111) Sacred Melodies. However, the tune was never found in the works of Franz Joseph Haydn or those of his younger brother Johann Michael Haydn. Recent research revealed that the…

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Culto Cristiano #243

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El Himnario Evangelico #222

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Himnario Cristiano para uso de las Iglesias Evangélicas #239

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Himnario provisional con los cánticos #134

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