O perfect life of loveAuthor: H. W. Baker (1875)
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1 O perfect life of love!
All, all is finished now,
All that He left His throne above
To do for us below.
2 No work is left undone
Of all the Father willed;
His toil, His sorrows, one by one,
The Scriptures have fulfilled.
3 No pain that we can share
But He has felt its smart;
All forms of human grief and care
Have pierced that tender heart.
4 And on His thorn-crowned head
And on His sinless soul
Our sins in all their guilt were laid,
That he might make us whole.
5 In perfect love He dies;
For me He dies, for me.
O all-atoning Sacrifice,
I cling by faith to Thee.
6 In ev'ry time of need,
Before the judgment throne,
Thy work, O Lamb of God, I'll plead
Thy merits, not mine own.
7 Yet work, O Lord, in me,
As Thou for me hast wrought;
And let my love the answer be
To grace Thy love has brought.
Source: Lutheran Service Book #452
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|Instances (1 - 5 of 5)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Christian Worship: a Lutheran hymnal #138||Oh, Perfect Life of Love||Oh, perfect life of love!||SOUTHWELL||Henry W. Baker, 1821-77||SM||1993||Good Friday ||
|Lutheran Service Book #452||O Perfect Life of Love||O perfect life of love!||SOUTHWELL||Henry W. Baker, 1821-77||S M||John 19:30; Isaiah 53:3-12; Psalm 22; Luke 18:31-33||2006|
|Psalter Hymnal (Gray) #380||O Perfect Life of Love||O perfect life of love||SOUTHWELL||Henry Williams Baker||SM||1987||Cross of Christ | ; Epiphany & Ministry of Christ | ; Love | God's Love to Us; Suffering of Christ | ; Lent | ; Assurance | ; Atonement | ; Lamb of God | ; Pilgrimage & Conflct ||
|Small Church Music #6410||Fons Amoris||O perfect life of love||FONS AMORIS||Henry Baker||22.214.171.124|
|The Cyber Hymnal #5271||O Perfect Life of Love||O perfect life of love||ABER||Henry W. Baker||SM||<cite>Hymns Ancient and Modern</cite>, 1875|