75. I Gave My Life for Thee

I gave My life for thee,
My precious blood I shed,
That thou might'st ransomed be
And quickened from the dead;
I gave My life for thee,
What hast thou given for Me?
My Father's house of light,
My glory-circled throne,
I left for earthly night,
For wanderings sad and lone;
I left it all for thee,
Hast thou left ought for Me?
I suffered much for thee,
More than thy tongue can tell,
Of bitterest agony,
To rescue thee from hell;
I've borne it all for thee,
What hast thou borne for Me?
And I have brought to thee,
Down from My home above,
Salvation full and free,
My pardon and My love:
I bring rich gifts to thee,
What hast thou brought to Me?