Give me a sight, O Savior

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Give me a sight, O Savior,
Of Thy wondrous love to me,
Of the love that brought Thee down to earth,
To die on Calvary.
  Oh, make me understand it,
Help me to take it in,
What it meant to Thee, the Holy One,
  To bear away my sin.
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Was it the nails, O Savior,
That bound Thee to the tree?
Nay, ’twas Thine everlasting love,
Thy love for me, for me.
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Oh, wonder of all wonders,
That through Thy death for me,
My open sins, my secret sins,
Can all forgiven be.
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Then melt my heart, O Savior,
Bend me, yea, break me down,
Until I own Thee Conqueror,
And Lord and Sov’reign crown.
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Keith Massey

Stockport, United Kingdom

The chorus of this hymn came to mind as I read Luke 22.63-65 in J B Phillips version, "Then the men who held Jesus made a great game of knocking him about. And they blindfolded him and asked him, "Now, prophet, guess who hit you that time! " And that was only the beginning of the way they insulted him."


Bernard and Ruth Dudley

Cape Town, W.Cape, South Africa

What a wonderful and challenging Hymn especially as we approach Easter.

How much do we really understand of the cost for our Salvation!


Kitty Joubert

Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa

This is also my favourite song to sing amongst so many others early in the morning to my Lord.


P M Harris

Chatham, Kent, United Kingdom

This was one of my mother's favourite hymns and sung at her funeral 11 years ago---only a year after I found out I had a 'full' - not half or step sister after over 50 years of not knowing! Indeed, her secret sin as no-one in her close Christian family circle knew; my grandfather being an evangelist who lived 'by faith.'


David Forbes

Turku, Finland

I love this hymn. It speaks to me of God's love for me and of the desire to reciprocate that by crowning Him sovereign in my life