There Is A Green Hill Far Away

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“There is a green hill far away…” The words of this hymn may take us back to school days, but the truths contained within these lines are for all, irrespective of age. The author addresses the misconception that the Lord Jesus Christ died because of bad men. He shows that although this view may be common, it is not at all correct. Rather, the Saviour died for bad men! Mrs Cecil Alexander made this plain in the words, “He died that we might be forgiven, He died to make us good”. The reader is urged to “trust in His redeeming blood”. This tract is relevant for distribution at Easter. High gloss gospel leaflet attractively designed for evangelical outreach. Sold in packs of 100.

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