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Christ's intercession

Our great Redeemer's gone

Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Our great Redeemer's gone
To plead before our God,
To sprinkle o'er the flaming throne
With his atoning blood.

2 No fiery vengeance now,
No burning wrath comes down;
If justice calls for sinners blood,
The Saviour shows his own.

3 Before his Father's eye
Our humble suit he moves;
The Father lays his thunder by,
And looks, and smiles, and loves.

4 Now may our joyful tongues
Our Maker's honor sing,
Jesus, the Priest, receives our songs,
And bears them to the King.

6 We bow before his face,
And sound his glories high,
"Hosanna to the God of grace,
"That lays his thunder by.

6 "On earth thy mercy reigns,
"And triumphs all above:'
But, Lord, how weak are mortal strains
To speak immortal love.

The Hartford Selection of Hymns from the most approved authors, 1799

Text Information

First Line: Our great Redeemer's gone
Title: Christ's intercession
Meter: 6.6.8.6
Language: English

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The Hartford Selection of Hymns from the Most Approved Authors #CCCXXXIX

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The Hartford Selection of Hymns #CCCXXXIX

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