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Oh, Come, My Soul

Oh, come my soul, your Savior see

Author: Kurt J. Eggert
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 Oh, come, my soul, your Savior see
Nailed to your cross on Calvary.
Your pains he bears; Your thorns he wears
That yours a crown of life might be.

2 'Tis yours, my soul, the sin, the shame,
The cross, the nails, the thirst, the pain;
In agony His blood runs free
To write in heaven's book your name.

3 Oh, sing, my soul, sing endlessly
The wondrous love that sets you free;
His dying breath Brings life from death,
Makes heav'n your home eternally.

Source: Christian Worship: a Lutheran hymnal #99

Author: Kurt J. Eggert

A Lutheran music scholar Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Oh, come my soul, your Savior see
Title: Oh, Come, My Soul
Author: Kurt J. Eggert
Copyright: © 1993 Kurt J. Eggert. Used by permission.


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Christian Worship #99

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