126. In the Lord's Atoning Grief
In the Lord's atoning grief
Be our rest and sweet relief
Deep within our hearts we'll store Those dear pains and wrongs he bore.
2. Thorns and cross and nails and spear, Wounds that faithful hearts revere,
Vinegar and gall and reed, And the pang of soul that freed.
3. May these all our spirits fill, And with love inflame our will;
Plant in us contrition's root, Ripen there its saving fruit.
4. Crucified, we thee adore, Thee with all our hearts implore;
With the saints our souls unite In the realms of heav'nly light.
5. Christ, by coward hands betrayed, Christ, for us a captive made,
Christ, upon the bitter tree, Slain for us, all praise to thee.
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Text: In passione Domini,
St. Bonaventura (1221-1274), tr. by Frederick Oakley (1802-1880) in his
Devotions Commemorative of the Passion of Our Lord..., 1842
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