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579. Abide in Grace, Lord Jesus

1 Abide in grace, Lord Jesus,
Among us constantly,
Lest Satan's art deceive us
And gain the victory.

2 Abide, Lord, with the story
Of Thy redeeming love;
May we the Gospel's glory
And saving virtue prove.

3 Abide, our pathway brighten
With Thy celestial ray;
Blest Light, our souls enlighten,
Show us the truth, the way.

4 Abide with us in blessing,
Lord of the earth and sky;
Rich grace and strength possessing,
Do Thou our need supply!

5 Abide, our only safety,
Thy people's sure defense;
No power can withstand Thee
Divine Omnipotence!

6 Abide among us ever,
Lord, with Thy faithfulness;
Jesus, forsake us never,
Help us in all distress!

Text Information
First Line: Abide in grace, Lord Jesus
Title: Abide in Grace, Lord Jesus
German Title: Ach bleib mit deiner Gnade
Author: J. Stegmann, 1588-1632
Translator: F. W. Detterer, 1861-93
Meter: 76 76
Language: English
Publication Date: 1996
Topic: Benediction
Tune Information
Name: CHRISTUS, DER IST MEIN LEBEN
Composer: M. Vulpius, c. 1560-1615
Meter: 76 76
Key: E♭ Major



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