|Text:||Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace|
1 Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace,
True God and Man art Thou!
Mighty to help in life and death,
O hear and help us now!
'Tis thro' Thy name alone we claim
The mercy of Thy Father!
2 The times are sore and perilous
With heavy woes and wars,
Whence no man can deliver us
But Thou! Oh plead our cause,
That God may lay His wrath away,
Nor deal with us in anger.
3 We have deserved, and patiently
Would bear, whate'er Thou wilt,
But grace is mightier far with Thee
Than all our sin and guilt;
Forgive us then, dear Lord, again,
Thy love is ever faithful.
|First Line:||Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace|
|Author:||Jacob Ebert (1601)|
|Translator:||Catherine Winkworth (1863)|
|Topic:||The Church Year: National Humiliation|
|Notes:||From the German text: Du Friedefuerst, Herr Jesu Christ|