There is hope for the lost at the foot of the cross

There is hope for the lost at the foot of the cross

Author: L. M. Latimer
Tune: [There is hope for the lost at the foot of the cross]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 There is hope for the lost at the foot of the cross,
Glad hope for the sorrowing poor;
There’s a wonderful refuge for all the oppressed,
An anchor that always is sure.

At the foot of the cross,
At the foot of the cross,
There is hope at the foot of the cross.
There is joy there is joy,
At the foot of the cross
There is joy, there is joy,
There is joy at the foot of the cross.

2 There is joy for the soul at the foot of the cross,
The cross of the crucified Lord;
And a fulness of joy and of gladness he gives,
Oh, come, and believe in his Word.

At the foot of the cross,
At the foot of the cross,
There is joy at the foot of the cross.
There is joy there is joy,
At the foot of the cross
There is joy, there is joy,
There is joy at the foot of the cross.

3 There is rest for the soul at the foot of the cross,
A rest that the world cannot give;
There’s a fountain of healing that flows there for you,
Oh, drink, and your spirit shall live.

At the foot of the cross,
At the foot of the cross,
There is rest at the foot of the cross.
There is joy there is joy,
At the foot of the cross
There is joy, there is joy,
There is joy at the foot of the cross.


Source: Gospel Jewels #102

Author: L. M. Latimer

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Text Information

First Line: There is hope for the lost at the foot of the cross
Author: L. M. Latimer
Refrain First Line: At the foot of the cross
Publication Date: 1890
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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Gospel Jewels #102

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