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Till at Thy feet we lay it down , 3 As on our daily way we go , [ strife , Win through
Thy blood our pardon there , Through light or shade , in calm or cres . And
through the Cross attain the Crown Amen . JERSEY . Dr . William BOYCE , d .
Returning sinners to a Father ' s home . 3 Oh , by His Name in whom all fulness
dwells , Oh , by His love which every love excels , Oh , by His Blood so freely
shed for sin , Open blest Mercy ' s gate , and take us in ! Amen . HERNLEIN . 7 . 7
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When our pitying Creator Nails His Hands and Feet are rending , Did this second
tree prepare , See , His Side is open now ; Destined many ages later Whence to
cleanse the whole creation , That first evil to repair . Streams of blood and water ...
4 No more doth flaming sword appear , Nor Cherubim to keep the way ; 2 Pierced
by the spear He yielded forth The fallen race may now draw near , • Water and
Blood , a mingled tide , And eat Thy fruit and live for aye . That so a fount of ...
Even while Thy life - blood flows , 3 May we all Thy loved ones be , Craving
pardon for Thy foes : All one holy family , Hear us , Holy Jesu . Loving for the love
of Thee : 2 Saviour , for our pardon sue , Hear us , Holy Jesu . When our sins Thy
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Pg 235 of this book: The hymn melody found there is also used for "I've Found a Friend, O Such a Friend" in England. If you have the Psalms & Hymns book of Reformed Worship, Wakeman Trust Publisher, see hymn #195... his melody within the book "Church Hymns" here at google books (page 235 called "To Thee O Lord Our Hearts We Raise") is the same tune/melody for #195 in the Wakeman Trust Hymn book.
There is some difference in which tunes people use for the song "Ive Found a Friend" in the US, so this info doesn't apply to the US version.
OCLC Number: 9057646