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2 Sinners, behold, as ye pass by,
And say, was ever grief like his!
3 Is crucified for me and
To bring his people back to God;
Pardon and life flow from his side;
4 Then let us sit beneath his cross,
And gladly catch the healing stream;
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And he, bearing his cross, went forth into a place, called the place of a skull, which is called in the Hebrew, Gol gotha; where they crucified him.-JOHN xix. 17, 18. LET me dwell on Golgotha, Weep and love my life away! While I see him on the tree, Weep, and bleed, and die for me!
2 JESU's blood for sinners spilt, Shows my sin in all its guilt:
Ah! my soul, he bore thy load,
3 Hark! his dying word " Forgive,"
4 While I hear this grace reveal'd,
5 Farewell, world, thy gold is dross,
From the law, and sin, and thee!
6 He has dearly bought my soul; Lord, accept and claim the whole! To thy will I all resign,
Now, no more my own, but thine.
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Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of GOD, and afflicted. ISAIAI liii. 4.
"STRICKEN, smitten and afflicted,
'Tis the long expected prophet,
'Tis a true and faithful word.
2 [Tell me, ye who hear him groaning,
Many hands were rais'd to wound him,
3 Ye who think of sin but lightly,
See who bears the awful load!
4 Here we have a firm foundation :
name of f which we boast:
Lamb of Gop for sinners wounded!
None shall ever be confounded
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He was oppressed, and he was afflicted; yet he opened not his mouth; he is brought as a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so he openeth not his mouth.-ISAIAH liii. 7.
AS a lamb led forth to slaughter,
2 JESUS died in love to others;
Greater love hath none than this:
Who can tell its breadth and length? Who, its depth, its height, its strength? 3 [Come, my soul, behold and wonder, Here's a sight to cause surprise: Well the rocks might cleave asunder; Well might darkness veil the skies. 'Twas the voice of nature then, Nature's voice reproving men.]
4 Nature's voice, again reproving;
5 Ah, my Lord, thou know'st thy servant,
Thine the tribute of my praise:
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O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless, not as I will, but as thou wilt.-MAT. xxvi. 39.
JESUS drains the cup of sorrows:
Gives his life a ransom for us,
2 JESUS is "a Man of Sorrows,"
Here he claims pre-eminence;
"We like sheep, have gone astray:"
.3 JESUS suffers-wond'rous victim!
Darkness now exerts its power: