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Christ Is With Me

We were buried with him into death

Author: Gerald P. Colemean
Tune: CHRIST IS WITH ME
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 We were buried with him into death,
That as he was raised by God’s glory,
We might walk in life made new by grace.
Having died with Christ, we shall live with him.

Refrain
Christ is with me ev’rywhere I go. Never to leave me, this I know.

2 I have now been grafted to the vine,
Drawing life from roots rich in mercy,
Bearing fruit as I abide in him:
Fruit forever fresh, glorifying God.
Refrain

3 I have now been crucified with Christ.
I no longer live; Christ lives in me.
Now I live by faith in God’s own Son,
One who loved me so—gave himself for me.
Refrain

Author: Gerald P. Colemean

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Text Information

First Line: We were buried with him into death
Title: Christ Is With Me
Author: Gerald P. Colemean
Meter: 9.9.9.10 with refrain
Copyright: © 1992 Concordia Publishing House. All rights reserved. Used by permission.

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Christian Worship #761

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