1 At your feet, our God and Father,
who has blessed us all our days,
we with grateful hearts would gather
to begin the year with praise -
praise for light so brightly shining
on our steps from heav'n above,
praise for mercies daily twining
round us golden cords of love.
2 Jesus, for your love most tender
on the cross for sinners shown,
we would praise you and surrender
all our hearts to be your own:
with so blessed a friend provided,
we upon our way would go,
sure of being safely guided,
guarded well from ev'ry foe.
3 Ev'ry day will be the brighter
when your gracious face we view;
ev'ry burden will be lighter
when we know it comes from you.
Spread your love's broad banner o'er us;
give us strength to serve and wait,
till the glory breaks before us
through the city's open gate.
Source: Moravian Book of Worship #310
|First Line:||At Thy feet, our God and Father|
|Author:||James Drummond Burns|
|Instances (1 - 2 of 2)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Moravian Book of Worship #310||At Your Feet, Our God and Father||At your feet, our God and Father||DULCE CARMEN||James D. Burns||220.127.116.11.D. Trochaic||Song of Solomon 2:4||1995||Change of Year | ; Christian year--Change of year ||
|The Cyber Hymnal #287||At Thy Feet, Our God and Father||At Thy feet, our God and Father||ST. ASAPH||James D. Burns||87.87 D|