Hymn Sunday: We’re all going to die


We sang this version of “Jesus Paid It All” revised by Kristian Stanfill, who I’m sure is a nice person, and this in no way is meant to reflect on him, his theology, or his hairdo. I’m just observing something.

When people revise hymns they typically only use two or at most three verses, whereas traditional hymns might have four, five, or even more verses. I have noticed we tend to drop the verses about death and about heaven. We’re all about the now. Stanfill doesn’t exactly do this, but I did find his choice interesting.

He skips the 2nd and 3rd verses (according to the Timeless Truths Library version) and merges the 5th and 6th version into something new.

These are the original:

When from my dying bed
My ransomed soul shall rise,
“Jesus died my soul to save,”
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And when before the throne
I stand in Him complete,
I’ll lay my trophies down,
All down at Jesus’ feet.

And this is his revised verse:

And when before the throne
I stand in Him complete,
“Jesus died my soul to save,”
My lips shall still repeat.

To which I say, “Dude. You know you’re going to die, right?”

Happy Sunday!

One response to “Hymn Sunday: We’re all going to die”

  1. Nick Brown Avatar
    Nick Brown

    Took my mom to a Harvest Crusade many years ago. Greg Laurie stated that one out of every one persons die. She didn’t like hearing that at the time. Gave her a hug and said, “It’s true though”. A few years later she accepted the Lord.

    Songs that deal with physical mortality tend to mess with poeple’s theology.

    Be blessed!

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