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And teach our hearts, in high-est strain, To praise the Lamb for sinners slain.
1. Come, bap-py souls, a - dore the Lamb, Who loved our race ere time be-gan,
Jor-dan's stream the Spir-it led, To mark the path His saints should tread; 3. Bap-tized by John in Jor-dan's wave, The Sav-iour left His wa-t'ry grave; 4. Come, all who love His precious name, Come, tread His steps,and learn of Him;
Who vail'd His Godhead in our clay, And in an hum-ble manger lay.
With hearts all full
keep Thy blest com- mand: When in Thy love's deep pit - y The waves did o'er Thee roll: Once Thou
hast suf fered, And Thou shalt die no more! And clothe with Thy ris'n life, And whol - ly 8anc -ti fy:
Thro' strange and sol-emn wa ters, Up to Thy throne a - bove.
to share Thy tri-umph, Thou First-born from the dead! May we
to glo ry,
A - live with Thee to God.
DENNIS S. M.
Rev. Aaron R. WOLFE, 1858
Arr. from J. G. NÄGELI by Wm. B. BRADBURY, 1849
part - ing hymn we sing A round Thy ta 2. Here have we seen Thy face, And felt
Thy pres pur - chase of
Thy blood- By sin no lon self
Be our com - mun
ble, Lord; ence here; ger
3. The 4. In
for - get
A - gain our grateful trib - ute bring, Our sol-emn vows re- cord.
To feed up - on this Bread and Wine, In mem- 'ry, Lord, of Thee.
5 O if this glimpse of love
Is so divinely sweet,
Thy gladdening smile to meet;
6 To see Thee face to face,
Thy perfect likeness wear,
Through endless years declare.
r. In mem -'ry of the Sav-iour's love, We keep the cred feast, 2. By faith we take the bread of life With which our souls are fed, 3. Un - der His ban - ner thus sing The won - ders of
When ev - 'ry bum-ble, con-trite heart Is made a wel-come guest.
cup in tok - en of His blood, That was for sin-ners shed.
ST. JOHN C. M.
JAMES MUNTGOMERY, 1839
JAMES TURLE, 1862
2 2 4
i. Ac - cord-ing to Thy gra-cious word, In meek bu - mil i 2. Thy bod - y, bro - ken for my sake, My bread from heav'n shall be; I Getb-sem - a for - get? Or there Thy con Aict
see, 4. When to the cross I turn mine eyes, And rest Cal - ry:
This will I do, my dy - ing Lord, I will re-mem ber Thee.
0 - ny and blood - y sweat, And not re-mem- ber Thee. O Lamb of God, my sac - ri - fice, I must re-mem- ber Thee.
5 Remember Thee, and all Thy pains,
And all Thy love to me;
Will I remember Thee.
6 And when these failing lips grow dumb,
And mind and memory flee, When Thou shalt in Thy kingdom come, 366 Jesus, remember me.