“Man of Sorrows,” what a name For the Son of God who came Ruined sinners to reclaim! Hallelujah! what a Savior! 2 Bearing shame and
See Jesus stripped of majesty: he hangs disfigured on a tree, a man of grief, by men betrayed, like one from whom we turn away.
You my God have saved my soul I am Yours forevermore I won’t be moved of this I’m sure You are my God and You
Do you feel the world is broken? (We do) Do you feel the shadows deepen? (We do) But do you know that all the dark
The King of all Creation Set aside His crown A servant to the Father’s love Descended from his throne above Author of Salvation Giver of
We have been justiﬁed By faith through Jesus Christ It’s only by his grace we stand Once bound by sin and shame Now slave to
What a Savior my Redeemer Friend of sinners one like me Oh what kindness suffered violence Healed my blindness and set me free Oh what
There is a hill I cherish Where stood a precious tree The emblem of Salvation The gift of Calvary How is it I should profit?
Behold the Father’s heart The mystery He lavishes on us As deep cries out to deep Oh, how desperately He wants us The things of
You were the Word at the beginning One With God the Lord Most High Your hidden glory in creation Now revealed in You our Christ
“Jesus draw me ever nearer As I labour through the storm. You have called me to this passage, and I’ll follow, though I’m worn. May