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“The Father grieved, yet turned His rod on Christ”

I encourage you to think much on our Savior today. The sinless One was made sin for us. The beloved One was forsaken for us. Terrible. Wonderful. Grace!

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6 Responses

  1. That was a refreshing and edifying way to begin the Resurrection weekend.

    Thank you and God bless you.

  2. I was very blessed by this song. It has very wonderful lyrics. You don’t happen to compose or know where to get songs like this for church choirs that can only sing 2 part?

  3. Amazing how much God hates sin, and how much He loves us. Mercy, grace, and forgiveness; the sweetest words I know. Thank you Jesus!

  4. Chris,

    We sang this song in church for our Good Friday service. Thanks again for such a great gift to the church in song. Love the last stanza… He shall come to reign… can’t wait.

  5. My sisters and I sang “My Jesus Fair” for Resurrection Sunday…thank you again for taking the time to write such beautiful, meaningful songs!

  6. Praise the Lord, Anita. Thanks for letting me know. And, of course, if there’s an mp3 of the Hurons singing, I’d love to have it. :)

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