1 My crucified Saviour, despised and contemned,
Thou innocent Victim for sinners condemned,
Thy garments are blood-stained, Thy spirit doth groan,
In agony prostrate, Thou suff'rest alone.
2 Thou weepest and moanest in conflict and prayer,
And writhest in agony, pain and despair;
In thirty years' anguish our path Thou has trod,
And diest at last to redeem us to God.
3 Our Saviour thus finished God's plan with our race,
And laid the foundation for pardon and grace,
And then rose triumphant, the conquering Lord,
Appeased the Creator and mankind restored.
4 Restored to the bliss that was lost in the fall,
Yea, greater, for Jesus prepared for us all
Eternal salvation and mansions above;
Come, poor, burdened sinners, rejoice in His love.
5 Yea come, trembling sinner, come just as thou art,
Thy cares and thy sorrows to Jesus impart;
In Him seek salvation from death and the grave,
For Jesus is willing and might to save.
Source: The Hymnal and Order of Service #114
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|The Covenant Hymnal: a worshipbook #236||My Crucified Savior||My crucified Savior, despised and contemned||RUTSTRÖM||Fredrika E. Falck, 1719-1749; Claude W. Foss, 1855-1935||22.214.171.124.||John 1:29; Hebrews 7:24-25||1996||Good Friday | ; Atonement | ; Holy Week | Death; Invited by Christ | ; Repentance ||
|The Cyber Hymnal #4187||My Crucified Savior||My crucified Savior, despised and contemned||MIN BLODIGE KONUNG||Claude W. Foss; Fredrika E. Falck, 1719-1749||126.96.36.199||<cite>Hymnal for Churches and Sunday Schools of the Augustana Synod</cite> (Rock Island, Illinois: Augustana Book Concern, 1899)|