Crucea e locul

E drept că a murit Isus
Purtând păcatul meu?
Pe cruce că a suferit El,
Fiu de Dumnezeu?
Crucea e locul unde El m-a luminat;
Am fost orb, vedere-aici mi s-a dat.
Pe Isus eu în inimă-am primit;
Sunt voios, pacea Lui am dobândit!
Eu simt durerea lui Isus:
Ce scumpă-i rana Lui;
Prin ea-nțeleg acum mai mult
Iubirea Tatălui.
Isuse, datoria mea
Cu plâns n-o pot plăti!
Primește-mă în slujba Ta
Și-n veci Îți voi sluji!
Compusă în 1707. S1RS2RS3R

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