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His Loving Thought

When Jesus hung on Calvary, He thought of you and me

Author: Fred P. Morris
Tune: [When Jesus hung on Calvary]
Published in 12 hymnals

Representative Text

1 When Jesus hung on Calvary,
He thought of you and me;
’Twas love that held Him there to be
A sacrifice for you, for me.

Refrain:
He thought of you, He thought of me,
While hanging there in agony;
Oh! wonder-love to you and me!
It broke His heart on Calvary.

2 He wore a crown on Calvary,
He thought of you and me;
He knew His thorny crown would be
A diadem for you, for me. [Refrain]

3 On that dread cross of Calvary
He thought of you and me;
He thought not of His agony;
His heart went out to you, to me. [Refrain]

4 At last He cried on Calvary,
He thought of you and me;
“ ’Tis finished for eternity!”
Oh! blessed cry for you, for me. [Refrain]

The Gospel in Song, 1926 (Timeless Truths)

Author: Fred P. Morris

Born in Ballarat, Australia; died in Parkville, Australia Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When Jesus hung on Calvary, He thought of you and me
Title: His Loving Thought
Author: Fred P. Morris
Meter: 8.6.8.8 D
Language: English
Refrain First Line: He thought of you
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

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Text

Timeless Truths #328

Include 11 pre-1979 instances
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