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699. Come, and Let Us Sweetly Join

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1. Come, and let us sweetly join,
Christ to praise in hymns divine;
give we all with one accord
glory to our common Lord.

2. Hands and hearts and voices raise,
sing as in the ancient days;
antedate the joys above,
celebrate the feast of love.

3. Jesus, dear expected Guest,
thou art bidden to the feast;
for thyself our hearts prepare;
come, and sit, and banquet there.

4. Sanctify us, Lord, and bless,
breathe thy Spirit, give thy peace;
thou thyself within us move,
make our feast a feast of love.

Text Information
First Line: Come, and let us sweetly join
Title: Come, and Let Us Sweetly Join
Author: Charles Wesley (1740)
Publication Date: 1989
Meter: 77.77
Topic: Love Feast; Particular Times of Worship: Special Days; Holy Communion (3 more...)
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: CANTERBURY
Composer: Orlando Gibbons (1623, adapt.)
Meter: 77.77
Key: D Major



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