Blessed Redeemer

Album: Until The Whole World Hears (2009)
  • Up Calvary's mountain one dreadful morn
    Walked Christ my Savior, weary and worn
    Facing for sinners death on the cross
    That He might save them from endless loss

    Blessed Redeemer, precious Redeemer
    Seems now I see Him on Calvary's tree
    Wounded and bleeding, for sinners pleading
    Blind and unheeding, dying for me

    'Father, forgive them,' my Savior prayed
    Even while His lifeblood flowed fast away
    Praying for sinners while in such woe
    No one but Jesus ever loved so

    Dying for me

    Oh how I love Him, Savior and friend
    How can my praises ever find end
    Through years unnumbered on Heaven's shore
    My songs shall praise Him forevermore Writer/s: JOHN MARK HALL, BERNIE HERMS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING
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