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I once was a stranger


    • I once was a stranger 
    • to grace and to God, 
    • I knew not my danger 
    • and felt not my load; 
    • though friends spoke in rapture 
    • of Christ on the tree, 
    • Jehovah Tsidkenu 
    • was nothing to me. 

    • Like tears from the daughters 
    • of Zion that roll, 
    • I wept when the waters 
    • went over His soul; 
    • yet thought not that my sins 
    • had nailed to the tree 
    • Jehovah Tsidkenu; 
    • „twas nothing to me. 

    • When free grace awoke me 
    • by light from on high, 
    • then legal fears shook me, 
    • I trembled to die; 
    • no refuge, no safety 
    • in self could I see, 
    • Jehovah Tsidkenu 
    • my Saviour must be. 

    • My terrors all vanished 
    • before the sweet name, 
    • my guilty fears banished, 
    • with boldness I came 
    • to drink at the fountain, 
    • life-giving and free, 
    • Jehovah Tsidkenu 
    • is all things to me. 

    • E‟en treading the valley, 
    • the shadow of death, 
    • this watchword shall rally 
    • my faltering breath; 
    • for when from life‟s fever 
    • my God sets me free, 
    • Jehovah Tsidkenu 
    • my deathsong shall be

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  • Album: English Hymns, Artist: Robert Murray McCheyne, Language: English, Viewed: 1241 times