Peace through the blood of His cross.@Colossians 1:20
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Rufus H. Cornelius (1872-1933)

Eden R. Latta, in Sunday-School Praises, edited by William J. Kirkpatrick (Cincinnati & New York: Jennings & Pye/Eaton & Mains, 1900), number 65.

Rufus H. Cornelius (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Eden R. Latta (1839-1915)

There is pardon, full and free,
At the cross,
Whatsoe’er our sins may be,
At the cross;
Let us now the Lord entreat,
With our burdened souls to meet,
And bestow that pardon sweet,
At the cross.

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At the cross, at the cross,
There’s redemption there for me,
At the cross.
At the cross, at the cross,
There’s redemption there for me,
At the cross.

There’s a peace that none can tell,
At the cross,
In the Savior’s all is well!
At the cross;
Let us seek that peace to prove,
That is showered from above
Thro’ the Master’s dying love,
At the cross.

Refrain

There’s a joy that all may feel,
At the cross,
If in humble faith they kneel,
At the cross;
Let us taste that joy so great,
Ere it be for us too late,
Mercy will not always wait,
At the cross.

Refrain

There’s a hope that will endure,
At the cross,
It is like an anchor sure,
At the cross;
Let us now that hope obtain,
That shalt never prove in vain,
While believing we remain
At the cross.

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