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Voz de amor y de clemencia

Representative Text

1 Voz de amor y de clemencia
En el Gólgota sonó,
Y al oírla, con violencia
El calvario retembló.
"Consumado es,"
Fue la voz que Cristo dio.

2 Voz de escario, de ironía,
Vil pronuncia el hombre audaz,
Mientras Cristo en su agonía
Hace al sol nublar su faz.
"Consumado es,"
Fue la voz del dios veraz.

3 Entre angustias y dolores
Sin amparo se encontró
El Señor de los señores,
El que al débil amparó.
"Consumado es,"
Y su espíritu entregó.

4 Ya el infierno está vencido,
Y la muerte es sin horror
Para el hombre redimido
Que confía en su Señor.
"Consumado es"
El rescate del amor.


Source: Culto Cristiano #68

Translator: Juan Bautista Cabrera Ivars

(no biographical information available about Juan Bautista Cabrera Ivars.) Go to person page >

Author: Jonathan Evans

Evans, Jonathan, born at Coventry in 1748 or 1749. He was the son of a working man, and as a youth was employed in a ribbon manufactory. About 1778 he joined the congregation at Coventry, over which the Rev. G. Burder was pastor. He began preaching at Foleshill, near Coventry, in 1782, and in 1795 he began his stated ministry there, retaining the same to his death on Aug. 31, 1809. Two biographical notices of him appeared in the Evangelical Magazine (Oct. 1809, and March 1847), and also several of his hymns. Two of his hymns appeared in Burder's Collection, 1784, and another in the 2nd edition the same year. His best known hymns are, "Come, Thou soul-transforming Spirit,” and "Hark! the voice of love and mercy;" q.v. He published no poeti… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Voz de amor y de clemencia
English Title: Hark! the voice of love and mercy
Translator: Juan Bautista Cabrera Ivars
Author: Jonathan Evans
Meter: 8.7.8.7.4.7
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

ST. AUSTIN (55546)


CALVARY (Stanley)


CORONAE (Monk)

William H. Monk (PHH 332) composed CORONAE in 1871. The following year it was published in J Ireland Tucker's Hymnal with Tunes Old and New as a setting for Thomas Kelly's text "Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious." That text had "Crown him!" in each stanza, thus the title for this tune. A bar fo…

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Timeline

Instances

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Cántico Nuevo #108

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Culto Cristiano #68

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El Himnario Evangelico #71

El Himnario para el uso de las Iglesias Evangelicas de Habla Espanola en Todo el Mundo #95

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Himnario Cristiano para uso de las Iglesias Evangélicas #51

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Himnario de la Iglesia Metodista Episcopal #119

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Himnario para uso de la Iglesia Cristiana Española #46

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Himnario provisional con los cánticos #57

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