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He Bore our Sins

Oh, awful load for that bow'd Head

Author: F. Tyler
Tune: [Oh, awful load for that bow'd Head]
Published in 2 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Oh, awful load for that bow'd Head,
Terrific weight for that marr'd form,
He bore your sins, your burden dread,
And brav'd your judgment's fearful storm.

Thy death, Lord Jesus, evermore
Shall be our song on yonder shore,
We'll praise the blessed One who bore
Our load of sin upon the tree.

2 Transferred to Him the guiltless, see
Your guilt, in blood your debt was paid;
Behold, to set the captive free,
Jesus the great sin-off'ring made. [Chorus]

3 Believe, believe, thou guilty one;
That all thy sins deserved doom
Was borne by Christ: God's Holy Son
For thee has bow'd Him to the tomb. [Chorus]

Author: F. Tyler

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Text Information

First Line: Oh, awful load for that bow'd Head
Title: He Bore our Sins
Author: F. Tyler
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Thy death, Lord Jesus, evermore
Publication Date: 1937
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1937.


The Cyber Hymnal #11693
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