TCCBC Friday Worship 2019-04-19 (Good Friday)



Table of Contents

  1. Alas, and Did My Savior Bleed (Sovereign Grace)
  2. And Can It Be? (Hymn)
  3. Amazing Grace
  4. Jesus Paid It All
  5. There Is A Fountain

Alas, and Did My Savior Bleed


Verse 1

A
E
las, and did my 
A
Savior 
B
bleed
And 
C#m
did my 
B
Sovereign 
A
die?
Would 
E
He de
A
vote that 
B
sacred 
C#m
head
For 
A
such a worm as 
B
I?
Was 
E
it for sins that 
A
I had 
B
done
He 
C#m
groaned u
B
pon the 
A
tree?
A
E
mazing pity! 
B
grace 
C#m
unknown!
And 
A
love be
B
yond de
E
gree!

Chorus

My 
C#m
God, why would You 
A
shed Your 
E
blood
So 
A
pure and unde
B
filed
To 
C#m
make a sinful 
A
one like 
E
me
Your 
A
chosen, 
B
precious 
E
child?

Verse 2

Well 
E
might the sun in 
A
darkness 
B
hide
And 
C#
shut His 
B
glories 
A
in,
When 
E
Christ, the 
A
mighty 
B
Maker, 
C#
died
For 
A
man, the creature's, 
B
sin.
Thus 
E
might I hide my 
A
blushing 
B
face
While 
C#m
His dear 
B
cross a
A
ppears,
Dis
E
solve my 
A
heart in 
B
thankful
C#m
ness,
And 
A
melt my 
B
eyes to 
E
tears.


And Can It Be?


Verse 1

G
And can it 
G/B
be that 
C
D
should 
G
gain
An 
Am7
interest 
G/B
in the 
C
Sa
A/C#
vior's 
D
blood?
D
Died He for 
C
me, who 
G/B
caused 
C
His 
D
pain--
For 
C
me, who 
G/B
Him to 
C
death 
D
pur
G
sued?
G
A
D/F#
mazing 
C
love! How 
Am
can it 
D
be,
That 
G/B
Thou, my 
C
God, should 
D
die for 
G
me?

Chorus

G
Amazing 
D/F#
love! How 
Am
can it 
Em
be,
That 
C
Thou my 
G/B
God, 
C
should 
D
die for 
G
me?

Verse 2 (Alternate Lyrics)

G
He left His 
G/B
Father's 
C
throne 
D
a
G
bove
So 
Am7
free, so 
G/B
infi
C
nite 
A/C#
His 
D
grace--
D
Humbled Him
C
self, how 
G/B
great 
C
His 
D
love!
And 
C
bled for 
G/B
Adam's 
C
help
D
less 
G
race:
G
'Tis 
D/F#
mercy 
C
all, i
Am
mmense and 
D
free,
G/B
praise my 
C
God, it 
D
reaches 
G
me!

Verse 3

G
Long my im
G/B
prisoned 
C
spi
D
rit 
G
lay,
Fast 
Am7
bound in 
G/B
sin and 
A/C#
nature's 
D
night;
D
Thine eye dif
C
fused a 
G/B
quicke
C
ning 
D
ray--
C
woke, the 
G/B
dungeon 
C
flamed 
D
with 
G
light;
G
My 
D/F#
chains fell 
C
off, my 
Am
heart was 
D
free,
G/B
rose, went 
C
forth, and 
D
followed 
G
Thee.

Verse 4

G
No condem
G/B
nation 
C
now 
D
G
dread;
Je
Am7
sus, and 
G/B
all in 
C
Him, 
A/C#
is 
D
mine;
D
Alive in 
C
Him, my 
G/B
liv
C
ing 
D
Head,
And 
C
clothed in 
G/B
righteous
C
ness 
D
di
G
vine,
G
Bold 
D/F#
I ap
C
proach the e
Am
ternal 
D
throne,
And 
G/B
claim the 
C
crown, through 
D
Christ my 
G
own.

Footnotes

Verse 2 alternate lyrics by Evangel Bible Church of Berkeley.

The phrase "emptied Himself" by itself is correct in the sense that Christ emptied Himself of certain divine prerogatives or powers (Philippians 2:7) in His "kenosis" or His leaving His heavenly glory to take on human flesh in the incarnation.  This is different than the "becoming nothing" in certain songs (like Once Again or Your Love Is Amazing) or in the NIV, which is a poor translation of that verse.

However, "emptied Himself of all but love" is not technically correct because Christ didn't empty Himself of ALL divine prerogatives or powers EXCEPT love.  I think we all can sing the phrase without getting stumbled in this theological point, but it does fall short under closer and more technical scrutiny.


Amazing Grace


Verse 1

A
C
mazing 
C7
grace! How 
F
sweet the 
C
sound
That 
Am
saved a 
D
wretch like 
G
me!
C
once was 
C7
lost, but 
F
now am 
C
found;
Was 
Am
blind, but 
G
now I 
F
see. 
C

Verse 2

'Twas 
C
grace that 
C7
taught my 
F
heart to 
C
fear,
And 
Am
grace my 
D
fears re
G
lieved;
How 
C
precious 
C7
did that 
F
grace a
C
ppear
The 
Am
hour I 
G
first be
F
lieved! 
C

Verse 3

Through 
D
many 
D7
dangers, 
G
toils and 
D
snares,
Bm
have al
E
ready 
A
come;
'Tis 
D
grace hath 
D7
brought me 
G
safe thus 
D
far,
And 
Bm
grace will 
A
lead me 
G
home. 
D

Verse 4

The 
D
Lord has 
D7
promised 
G
good to 
D
me,
His 
Bm
Word my 
E
hope se
A
cures;
He 
D
will my 
D7
Shield and 
G
Portion 
D
be,
As 
Bm
long as 
A
life en
G
dures. 
D

Verse 7

When 
E
we've been 
E7
there ten 
A
thousand 
E
years,
Bright 
C#m
shining 
F#
as the 
B
sun,
We've 
E
no less 
E7
days to 
A
sing God's 
E
praise
Than 
C#m
when we'd 
B
first be
A
gun. 
E

Verse 5 (Skipped - not commonly sung)

Yea, when this flesh and heart shall fail,
And mortal life shall cease,
I shall possess, within the veil,
A life of joy and peace.

Verse 6 (Skipped - not commonly sung)

The earth shall soon dissolve like snow,
The sun forbear to shine;
But God, who called me here below,
Will be forever mine.


Jesus Paid It All

Key - C

Verse 1

C
I hear the Savior say,
"Thy 
G
strength indeed is 
C
small;
Child of 
Am
weakness, watch and 
F
pray,
Find in 
G
Me thine all in 
C
all."

Refrain

C
Jesus paid it all,
All to Him I 
G
owe;
C
Sin had left a 
Am
crimson 
F
stain,
He 
C
washed it 
G
white as 
C
snow.

Verse 2

C
Lord, now indeed I find
Thy 
G
power and Thine a
C
lone,
Can 
Am
change the leper's 
F
spots
And 
G
melt the heart of 
C
stone.

Verse 3

C
For nothing good have I
Where
G
by Thy grace to 
C
claim,
I'll 
Am
wash my garments 
F
white
In the 
G
blood of Calv'ry's 
C
Lamb.

Verse 4

C
And when before the throne
G
stand in Him com
C
plete,
"Jesus 
Am
died my soul to 
F
save,"
My 
G
lips shall still re
C
peat.

There Is A Fountain

Key - A
Time - 4/4


Verse 1

A
There is 
D/A
A
foun
A/C#
tain 
D
filled with 
A
blood
Drawn 
A
from Im
D/A
man 
A
A/C#
uel's 
E
veins
A
And sin
D/A
ners 
A
plunged 
A/C#
be
D
neath that 
A
flood
A/C#
Lose 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
all their 
E7
guilt
C#m/E
A
stains
A2sus
Lose 
A
all 
A/C#
their 
E
guilt - 
A
D
stains
Lose 
A
all their 
D/A
guilt 
A
A/C#
E
stains
A
And sin
D/A
ners 
A
plunged 
A/C#
be
D
neath that 
A
flood
A/C#
Lose 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
all their 
E7
guilt
C#m/E
A
stains

Verse 2

A
The dy
D/A
ing 
A
thief 
A/C#
re
D
joiced to 
A
see
That 
A
fountain 
D/A
in 
A
 
A/C#
his 
E
day
A
And there 
D/A
have 
A
A/C#
though 
D
vile as 
A
he
A/C#
Washed 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
all my 
E7
sins 
C#m/E
a
A
way
A2sus
Washed 
A
all 
A/C#
my 
E
sins 
A
a
D
way
Washed 
A
all my 
D/A
sins 
A
 
A/C#
a
E
way
A
And there 
D/A
have 
A
A/C#
though 
D
vile as 
A
he
A/C#
Washed 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
all my 
E7
sins 
C#m/E
a
A
way

Verse 3

A
Dear dy
D/A
ing 
A
Lamb 
A/C#
Thy 
D
precious 
A
blood
Shall 
A
never 
D/A
lose 
A
 
A/C#
its 
E
pow'r
A
Till all 
D/A
the 
A
ran
A/C#
somed 
D
Church of 
A
God
A/C#
Be  
Bm7
 
A/E
saved to 
E7
sin 
C#m/E
no 
A
more
A2sus
Be 
A
saved 
A/C#
to 
E
sin 
A
no 
D
more
Be 
A
saved to 
D/A
sin 
A
 
A/C#
no 
E
more
A
Till all 
D/A
the 
A
ran
A/C#
somed 
D
Church of 
A
God
A/C#
Be 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
saved to 
E7
sin 
C#m/E
no 
A
more

Verse 4

A
E'er since 
D/A
by 
A
faith 
A/C#
D
saw the 
A
stream
Thy 
A
flowing 
D/A
wounds 
A
 
A/C#
sup
E
ply
A
Redeem
D/A
ing 
A
love 
A/C#
has 
D
been my 
A
theme
A/C#
And 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
shall be 
E7
till 
C#m/E
A
die
A2sus
And 
A
shall 
A/C#
be 
E
till 
A
D
die
And 
A
shall be 
D/A
till 
A
 
A/C#
E
die
A
Redeem
D/A
ing 
A
love 
A/C#
has 
D
been my 
A
theme
A/C#
And 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
shall be 
E7
till 
C#m/E
A
die

Verse 5

A
When this 
D/A
poor 
A
lisp
A/C#
ing 
D
stamm'ring 
A
tongue
Lie 
A
silent 
D/A
in 
A
 
A/C#
the 
E
grave
A
Then in 
D/A
A
no
A/C#
bler 
D
sweeter 
A
song
A/C#
I'll 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
sing Thy 
E7
pow'r 
C#m/E
to 
A
save
A2sus
I'll 
A
sing 
A/C#
Thy 
E
pow'r 
A
to 
D
save
I'll 
A
sing Thy 
D/A
pow'r 
A
 
A/C#
to 
E
save
A
Then in 
D/A
A
no
A/C#
bler 
D
sweeter 
A
song
A/C#
I'll 
Bm7/D
 
A/E
sing Thy 
E7
pow'r 
C#m/E
to 
A
save