“His Robes for Mine” by Chris Anderson and Greg Habegger

This is a beautiful new hymn with words written by Pastor Chris Anderson and music written by Greg Habegger. We’ve been singing it at our church for a couple years now, and it’s still one of my favorite songs with which to worship God. Download a free copy of the song sheet here: His Robes For Mine Song Sheet.

Listen to a beautiful rendition of the hymn sung by The Huron Sisters here: His Robes For Mine.


“His robes for mine: O wonderful exchange!
Clothed in my sin, Christ suffered ‘neath God’s rage.
Draped in His righteousness, I’m justified.
In Christ I live, for in my place He died.


“I cling to Christ, and marvel at the cost:
Jesus forsaken, God estranged from God.
Bought by such love, my life is not my own.
My praise-my all-shall be for Christ alone.

“His robes for mine: what cause have I for dread?
God’s daunting Law Christ mastered in my stead.
Faultless I stand with righteous works not mine,
Saved by my Lord’s vicarious death and life.

“His robes for mine: God’s justice is appeased.
Jesus is crushed, and thus the Father’s pleased.
Christ drank God’s wrath on sin, then cried “‘Tis done!”
Sin’s wage is paid; propitiation won.

“His robes for mine: such anguish none can know.
Christ, God’s beloved, condemned as though His foe.
He, as though I, accursed and left alone;
I, as though He, embraced and welcomed home!”

To order choral sheets for this and other great songs, go to Church Works Media.

May you cling to Christ and never stop marveling at our awesome Savior!

One response to ““His Robes for Mine” by Chris Anderson and Greg Habegger

  1. Thanks for sharing……..beautiful song.

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