Statue of Liberty

In New York Harbor stands a lady
With a torch raised to the sky;
And all who see her know she stands for
Liberty for you and me.

I’m so proud to be called an American,
To be named with the brave and the free.
I will honor the flag and our trust in God,
And the Statue of Liberty.

On lonely Golgotha stood a cross,
With my Lord raised to the sky;
And all who kneel there, live forever,
As all the saved can testify.

I’m so glad to be called a Christian,
To be named with the ransomed and whole.
As the Statue liberates the citizen,
So the Cross liberates the soul.

Oh, the Cross is my Statue of Liberty,
It was there that my soul was set free.
Unashamed I’ll proclaim that a rugged cross
Is my Statue of Liberty…my liberty.

Well, I have to say that our men’s quartet at church sings this soooo much better…but they don’t have a you tube.  Better yet, hop over to iTunes and spend a buck on The Cathedral’s version — that is how this song is meant to be done, ya’ll.

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One Response to Statue of Liberty

  1. seeker86 says:

    I’ve never heard that song before. I really like the words. That which Christ has made free is free indeed.

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