86. How Blessed Is The Little Flock

1 How blessed is the little flock,
Whom Jesus calls His own!
He is their Savior and their rock,
They trust in Him alone;
They walk by faith and hope and love,
But they shall dwell with Him above,
When hope and faith shall pass away,
And love shall last for aye.

2 My Jesus, am I in that band,
And wilt Thou call me Thine?
Do I among the chosen stand
Whose lamps so brightly shine?
O let me not lie down to rest
Till this I know, my Savior blest,
Till I can say, by grace restored:
Thou know'st I love Thee, Lord!

3 And even if with tears it be,
That this to Thee I say,
Yet Thou in grace wilt look on me
And wipe my tears away;
Yea, when but Thou who all dost know,
In me canst find Thy love below
And own me Thine, then well is me,--
My all I have in Thee.

Text Information
First Line: How blessed is the little flock
Title: How Blessed Is The Little Flock
Original Language: Danish
Translator: C. Doving (1906)
Author: N. J. Holm (1829)
Meter: 8 6 8 6 8 8 8 6
Language: English
Publication Date: 1930
Topic: The Means of Grace: The Christian Church; Processionals and Recessionals: General
Tune Information
Name: LUDWIG
Composer: Ludv. M. Lindeman, 1812-87
Meter: 8 6 8 6 8 8 8 6
Key: C Major



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