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[As we think of our dear Lord, how He bore our sin and shame]

[As we think of our dear Lord, how He bore our sin and shame]

Composer: Lottie Porter
Published in 1 hymnal


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: Lottie Porter

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Tune Information

Title: [As we think of our dear Lord, how He bore our sin and shame]
Composer: Lottie Porter
Meter: 14.14.9.14.14.10 with refrain
Key: F Major

Texts

Oh, Take a Look There

As we think of our dear Lord, how He bore our sin and shame,
The load was so heavy on His soul;
When He suffered all the scoffs, and the scorns from those He loved,
He was suff’ring that we could be made whole.

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