1 There came to the earth a pilgrim,
With nowhere to lay His head;
A King with no royal palace,
He walked thro’ the fields instead.
The Savior who died for me,
So wonderful, how could it be!
My song shall forever be Jesus,
The Savior who died for me.
2 He carried the cross of sorrow,
Unmeasured the grief He bore;
The marks of my shame upon Him,
A crown, but of thorns, He wore. [Refrain]
3 His death for my life He offered,
His blood to redeem He gave;
Thro’ faith you may know its fullness,
His wonderful pow’r to save. [Refrain]
4 Some day I shall know the glory,
Of meeting Him face to face;
His presence shall be forever
My portion, thro’ saving grace. [Refrain]
Source: Great Revival Hymns No.2 #69
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|Great Revival Hymns No.2 #69||The Saviour Who Died for Me||There came to the earth a pilgrim||[There came to the earth a pilgrim]||Rev. A. H. Ackley||1913|