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And Can It Be (5)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." No condemnation now I dreadJesus and all in Him is mineAlive in Him my living HeadAnd clothed in righteousness divineBold I approach th'eternal throneAnd claim the crown through Christ my ownAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me We've noted before in another Hymn of the Month ...

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And Can It Be (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Long my imprisoned spirit layFast bound in sin and nature's nightThine eye diffused a quickening rayI woke the dungeon flamed with lightMy chains fell off my heart was freeI rose went forth and followed TheeAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me In Acts 12 we read of a time the...

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And Can It Be (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." He left His Father's throne aboveSo free so infinite His graceEmptied Himself of all but loveAnd bled for Adam's helpless race'Tis mercy all immense and freeFor O my God it found out meAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me What is the greatest miracle ever? Perhaps the splitti...

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And Can It Be (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." 'Tis mystery all th'Immortal diesWho can explore His strange designIn vain the firstborn seraph triesTo sound the depths of love divine'Tis mercy all let earth adoreLet angel minds inquire no moreAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me Mystery is one of the hallmarks of Christia...

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And Can It Be (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." And can it be that I should gainAn interest in the Savior's bloodDied He for me who caused His painFor me who Him to death pursuedAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for meAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me In 1707 Charles Wesley was born into a large fa...

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