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The Primitive Methodist Hymnal, 1889095
All Ye That Pass ByRev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788)

Hymn NumberTuneComposer or SourceMeter
095aDarlingtonAnonymous5.5.11.D.
095bOxfordHenry Coward (1849-1944)5.5.11.D.
095cOsborneRev. William Jones (1726-1800)5.5.11.D.

1All ye that pass by,
To Jesus draw nigh:
To you is it nothing that Jesus should die?
Your ransom and peace,
Your surety, He is:
Come, see if there ever was sorrow like His.
2For what you have done
His blood must atone
The Father hath bruisèd for you His dear Son.
The Lord, in the day
Of His anger, did lay
Your sins on the Lamb, and He bore them away.
3He answered for all;
O come at His call,
And low at His cross with astonishment fall!
But lift up your eyes
At Jesus’s cries:
Impassive, He suffers; immortal, He dies.
4He dies to atone
For sins not His own;
Your debt He hath paid, and your work He hath done.
Ye all may receive
The peace He did leave,
Who made intercession, ‘My Father, forgive!’
5For you and for me
He prayed on the tree:
The prayer is accepted, the sinner is free.
That sinner am I,
Who on Jesus rely,
And come for the pardon God cannot deny.
6My pardon I claim;
For a sinner I am,
A sinner believing in Jesus’s name.
He purchased the grace
Which now I embrace:
O Father, Thou know’st He hath died in my place!
Lamentations1:12Is it nothing to you, all ye that pass by? behold, and see if there be any sorrow like unto my sorrow, which is done unto me, wherewith the LORD hath afflicted me in the day of his fierce anger.

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