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  1. Text: Elizabeth C. Clephane () wrote this hymn. Of the eight of her hymns that were published posthumously between 18in Family Treasury, a Scottish Presbyterian magazine, this is one of the first group to appear.. The second line of the hymn contains an archaic expression that is rarely changed: “I fain would take my stand.”.
  2. Jesus likely hung fully naked, his body raked with blood, with cuts. We look at this cross, which hung our savior, and recognize that Jesus' only purpose there was to suffer our sins. The nails, the thorns, the whippings are the physical manifestations of our sins. We recognize that we put him there. Placing ourselves beneath the cross of Jesus.
  3. Dec 06,  · BENEATH THE CROSS OF JESUS I fain would take my stand, The shadow of a mighty rock Within a weary land; A home within the wilderness, .
  4. Jul 20,  · Words by Elizabeth C Clephane Music by Fredrick C Maker [Verse 1] G Beneath the cross of Jesus D7 G I fain would take my stand, Em Am The shadow of a might - y Rock B7 F#7 B7 With - in a wea - ry land; G G7 A home with - in the wil - der - ness, C E Am A rest up - on the way D G G7 From the burning of the noontide heat C G D7 G And the burden.
  5. “Beneath the cross of Jesus,” focusing on the shelter of the cross, was first published three years after the author’s death in under the title “Breathings on the Border,” perhaps a double entendre referring to a geographical location near Melrose, the Scottish Borders, and a .
  6. Beneath the cross of Jesus I fain would take my stand The shadow of a mighty rock Within a weary land. A home within the wilderness, A rest upon the way, From the burning of the noontide heat, And the burden of the day. Upon that cross of Jesus Mine eye at times can see The very dying form of One Who suffered there for me. And from my stricken.
  7. 1. Beneath the cross of Jesus I fain would take my stand, the shadow of a mighty rock within a weary land; a home within the wilderness, a rest upon the way, from the burning of the noontide heat, and the burden of the day. 2. Upon that cross of Jesus mine eye at times can see the very dying form of One who suffered there for me;.
  8. As to the holy patriarch That wondrous dream was given, So is my Savior by the cross A ladder up to heaven. 3 There lies beneath its shadow, But on the farther side, The darkness of an awful grave That gapes both deep and wide; And there between us stands the cross, Two arms outstretched to save, Like a watchman set to guard the way From that.

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