1 All praise to our redeeming Lord,
who joins us by his grace,
and bids us, each to each restored,
together seek his face.
2 He bids us build each other up;
and, gathered into one,
to our high calling’s glorious hope
we hand in hand go on.
3 The gift which he on one bestows,
we all delight to prove,
the grace through every vessel flows
in purest streams of love.
4 E’en now we think and speak the same,
and cordially agree,
concentered all, through Jesus’ name,
in perfect harmony.
5 We all partake the joy of one;
the common peace we feel,
a peace to sensual minds unknown,
a joy unspeakable.
6 And if our fellowship below
in Jesus be so sweet,
what height of rapture shall we know
when round his throne we meet!
|First Line:||All praise to our redeeming Lord|
|Title:||All Praise to Our Redeeming Lord|
|Author:||Charles Wesley (1747)|
|Topic:||Love Feast; The Nature of the Church: United in Christ; ADORATION AND PRAISE(2 more...)|
|Composer:||Sylvanus B. Pond (1836)|
|Harmonizer:||Austin C. Lovelace (1963)|
|Copyright:||Harm. © 1964 Abingdon Press|
|ALL PRAISE TO OUR REDEEMING LORD (Celebration 221)|
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