Table of Contents
- 1 - At the Cross
- 2 - Beneath the Cross of Jesus
- 3 - Blessed Redeemer
- 4 - Down At The Cross
- 5 - Glory To His Name
- 6 - Near The Cross
- 7 - Old Rugged Cross, The
- 8 - When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
1 - At the Cross
At the Cross Words: Isaac Watts 1674-1748 Tune: Ralph Hudson 1843-1901 Category: The Cross D Dsus2 D A Asus2 D G D Em D A 1 A-las! and did my Savi- or bleed? And did my Sov-'reign die? 2 Was it for crimes that I have done He groaned up -on the tree? 3 Well might the sun in dark -ness hide And shut His glo-ries in, 4 But drops of grief can ne'er re -pay The debt of love I owe. D Dsus2 D D G D A A7 D 1 Would He de- vote that sa- cred head For such a worm as I! 2 A-maz -ing pit-y! grace un- known! And love be-yond de- gree! 3 When Christ, the might-y Mak - er, died For man the crea-ture's sin. 4 Here, Lord, I give my- self a- way 'Tis all that I can do! Chorus D Dsus4 D A Asus2 A At the cross, at the cross where I first saw the light, A Asus4 A7 D And the bur-den of my heart rolled a-way Dsus2 D G D F#m Bm It was there by faith I received my sight, A A7 D And now I am hap-py all the day!
2 - Beneath the Cross of Jesus
Beneath the Cross of Jesus Words: Elizabeth C. Clephane 1830-1869 Tune: Fredrick C. Maker 1844-1927 Category: The Cross C Cdim C G G7 C E 1 Be-neath the cross of Je-sus I fain would take my stand 2 Up-on that cross of Je-sus Mine eye at times can see 3 I take, O cross, thy shad-ow For my a - bid-ing place; Am B/G C6 Caug Dm C7m F6 F7 E 1 The shad-ow of a might-y rock With -in a wea-ry land; 2 The ver-y dy -ing form of One Who suf-fered there for me; 3 I ask no oth-er sun -shine than the sun-shine of His face; Am Am9 F A/C# Dm 1 A home with-in the wil-der-ness, A rest up -on the way, 2 And from my smit-ten heart with tears Two won-ders I con - fess 3 Con-tent to let the world go by, To know no gain nor loss, G G7 C C/F F C G G7 C 1 From the burn-ing of the noon-tide heat, And the bur-den of the day. 2 The won -ders of re -deem-ing love And my un -wor-thi-ness. 3 My sin -ful self my on - ly shame, My glo -ry all the cross.
3 - Blessed Redeemer
Blessed Redeemer Words: Avis B. Christiansen 1895-1985 Tune: Harry Dixon Loes 1892-1965 Category: The Cross A E 1. Up Cal-v'ry's moun-tain one dread-ful morn, 2. Fa'ther, for-give them! thus did He pray, 3. O how I love Him, Sav-ior and Friend, E7 A 1. Walked Christ my Sav-ior, wea-ry and worn; 2. E'en while His life-blood flowed fast a-way; 3. How can my prais - es ev -er find end! A D 1. Fac-ing for sin-ners death on the cross, 2. Pray-ing for sin-ners while in such woe 3. Thry years un-num-bered on heav-en's shore, D7 A E A 1. That He might save them from end-less loss. 2. No one but Je-sus ev-er loved so. 3. My tongue shall praise Him for-ev-er - more. Chorus D A Bless-ed Re-deem-er! Pre-cious Re-deem-er! E E7 Seems now I see Him on Cal-va-ry's tree; A D Wound-ed and bleed-ing, for sin-ners plead-ing A E A Blind and un-heed-ing dy-ing for me!
4 - Down At The Cross
Down At The Cross Words: Elisha Hoffman Tune: John H. Stockton D D7 G D 1. Down at the cross where my Savior died, 2. I am so wondrously saved from sin, 3. Oh, precious fountain that saves from sin, 4. Come to this fountain so rich and sweet, D A7 1. Down where for cleansing from sin I cried, 2. Jesus so sweetly abides with -in; 3. I am so glad I have entered in; 4. Cast thy poor soul at the Savior’s feet; D D7 G D 1. There to my heart was the blood applied; 2. There at the cross where He took me in; 3. There Jesus saves me and keeps me clean; 4. Plunge in to-day, and be made complete; D A D D7 1-4. Glory to His Name! Chorus G D A7 Glory to His Name, glory to His Name: D D7 G D There to my heart was the blood applied; D A D Glory to His Name!
5 - Glory To His Name
Glory to His Name Words: Elisha A. Hoffman 1839-1929 Tune: John H. Stockton 1813-1877 Category: The Cross A A7 D A 1 Down at the cross where my Sav-ior died, 2 I am so won - drous-ly saved from sin, 3 O pre-cious foun-tain that saves from sin, 4 Come to this foun-tain so rich and sweet, A E 1 Down where for cleans-ing from sin I cried 2 Je-sus so sweet-ly a-bides with - in; 3 I am so glad I have en - tered in; 4 Cast thy poor soul at the sav-iour's feet; A A7 D A 1 There to my heart was the blood ap-plied; 2 There at the cross where He took me in; 3 There Je-sus saves me and keeps me clean; 4 Plunge in to-day, and be made com-plete; A E A Glo-ry to His name! Chorus D A E Glo-ry to His name, Glo-ry to His name; A A7 D A There to my heart was the blood ap-plied; A E A Glo-ry to His name!
6 - Near The Cross
Near The Cross Words: Fanny Crosby 1820-1915 Tune: William H. Doane 1832-1915 Category: The Cross A D A E D/F# A E 1. Jes -us, keep me near the cross, There a precious foun -tain 2. Near the cross, a trembling soul, Love and mercy found me; 3. Near the cross! O Lamb of God, Bring its scenes before me; 4. Near the cross I'll watch and wait Hoping, trusting ever, A D A E D/F# A E A 1. Free to all, a healing stream Flows from Calvary's moun -tain. 2. There the bright and morning star Sheds its beams around me. 3. Help me walk from day to day, With its shadows o'er me. 4. Till I reach the golden strand, Just beyond the ri- ver. Chorus A D A D A E In the cross, in the cross, Be my glory ever; A D A E D/F# A E A Till my raptur-ed soul shall find Rest beyond the ri-ver.
7 - Old Rugged Cross, The
Old Rugged Cross, The Words: George Bennard Tune: George Bennard G Adim G C Edim C 1. On a hill far a-way stood an old rugged cross, 2. O that old rugged cross, so despised by the world, 3. In that old rugged cross, stained with blood so di- vine, 4. To the old rugged cross I will ev - er be true; D D7 G ->D7 1. The emblem of suffering and shame; 2. Has a wondrous a- ttraction for me; 3. A wondrous beauty I see, 4. Its shame and re-proach gladly bear; G Adim G C Edim C 1. And I love that old cross where the dear - est and best 2. For the dear Lamb of God left His glo- ry a - bove 3. For ’twas on that old cross Jesus suffer-ed and died, 4. Then He’ll call me some day to my home far a - way, D D7 G 1. For a world of lost sinners was slain. 2. To bear it to dark Calva -ry. 3. To pardon and sanctify me. 4. Where His glory for- ever I’ll share. Chorus D D7 G So I’ll cherish the old rugged cross, C D C G Till my trophies at last I lay down; G Em G7 C I will cling to the old rugg-ed cross, G D D7 G And exch-ange it some day for a crown.
8 - When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross Words: Isaac Watts 1674-1748 Tune: Lowell Mason 1792-1872 Category: The Cross F C F Gm>Dm Bb C F 1. When I sur- vey th-e won- drous cross 2. For-bid it, Lord, that I should boast, 3. See, from His head, Hi-s hands, His feet, 4. Were the whole realm o -f na -ture mine, F Gm F Gm F G7 C 1. On which the Prince o-f glo -ry died, 2. Save in the death o-f Christ, my God; 3. Sor-row and love flow min -gled down; 4. That were a pres -ent far too small; F C F Gm>Dm Bb C F 1. My rich -est gain I count but loss, 2. All the vain things that charm me most, 3. Did e'er such love and sor -row meet, 4. Love so a -maz -ing, so di -vine, Gm Dm* Gm C7 F 1. And pour con -tempt on all my pride. 2. I sac-ri -fice them to His blood. 3. Or thorns com-pose so rich a crown? 4. De-mands my soul, my life, my all.