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On Calvary's Cross One Day

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1 The Savior came to seek and save His lost ones,
Who had wandered far away;
To rescue them from sin, His life He offered
On Calvary’s cross one day.

Refrain:
It was your sin and my sin
That nailed Him to the tree,
For your sake and my sake
He made salvation free;
No gift from earth’s treasure
His grace e’er can measure,
But your love and my love
Is all He asks today.

2 ’Twas love, unbounded love for us that led Him
O’er that lonely, thorn-strewn way;
For you and me He bore the shame and sorrow
On Calvary’s cross that day. [Refrain]

3 Oh, hear His voice so gently now entreating,
Then no longer from Him stray;
Accept the gracious call, and leave your burden
At Calvary’s cross today. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #12230

Author: May M. Brewster

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Text Information

First Line: The Savior came to seek and save His own ones
Title: On Calvary's Cross One Day
Author: May M. Brewster
Refrain First Line: It was your sin and my sin that nailed Him to the tree
Copyright: Public Domain

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