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The bleeding Lamb

My Savior suffered on the tree

Tune: [My Saviour suffer'd on the tree]
Published in 23 hymnals

Representative Text

1 My Saviour suffered on the tree,
Glory to the bleeding Lamb!
O come and praise the Lord with me!
Glory to the bleeding Lamb!

Refrain:
The lamb, the Iamb, the bleeding lamb,
I love the sound of Jesus’ name,
It sets my spirit all in a flame,
Glory to the bleeding lamb!

2 He bore my sins and curse and shame,
Glory to the bleeding Lamb!
And I am saved through Jesus’ name,
Glory to the bleeding Lamb!

3 I know my sins are all forgiven,
Glory to the bleeding Lamb!
And I am on my way to Heaven,
Glory to the bleeding Lamb!

4 And this my ceaseless song shall be,
Glory to the bleeding Lamb!
That Jesus tasted death for me,
Glory to the bleeding Lamb!


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #360

Text Information

First Line: My Savior suffered on the tree
Title: The bleeding Lamb
Refrain First Line: The Lamb, the Lamb, the bleeding Lamb
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

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Text

The Song Book of the Salvation Army #360

Include 22 pre-1979 instances
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