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The God of the Gospel

For your reading enjoyment: The Road That Led To Calvary by David T. Clydesdale. I felt it was appropriate given the previous post.

The Road That Led To Calvary
by David T. Clydesdale

The agony was endless
From the blood that He had lost,
With a million demons screaming
As He carried His cross.
Every step a struggle
To let Death have victory;
Yet He willingly surrendered
As He walked to Calvary.

The road that led to Calvary
Was paved with drops of blood,
And every step He made
Was an offering of love;
And though He was a pris’ner
He would set the captive free,
He is Jesus, the Sacrifice
For me.

Like a Lamb led to the slaughter,
He silently obeyed;
Received our grief and sorrow,
And the judgment of the grave.
The holy righteous Substitute
For all our sin and shame;
Yet He knew He would redeem the very ones
Who cursed His name!

The road that led to Calvary
Was paved with drops of blood,
And every step He made
Was an offering of love!
And though He was a pris’ner,
He would set the captive free!
He is Jesus, the Sacrifice
For me.

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  1. Nancy
    January 8, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    Is there an accompanient track for this song?

  2. Robert J.
    March 24, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    I’d like to find the accompaniment track as well. I was privileged to sing this in our church’s Passion Play presentation years back, and I’d LOVE to find the track and sing it once more!

  3. Chrissy
    March 24, 2013 at 3:50 pm

    Where can I find a copy of this track? I love this song and would love to sign it for our Sunday morning or evening service.

  4. Rick moore
    March 5, 2015 at 3:59 am

    Pretty sure this is NOT a Clydesdale song. Please check and advise. I think it is Brent and Laurie (?) Lamb. Love this song, too.

    • Chrissy
      March 5, 2015 at 1:00 pm

      I believe you are correct…Rick! 🙂

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