1 Come to the feast of heav'nly wine,
O man! and make this blessing thine;
Your Lord himself, invites to up,
And share the blessings of the cup.
2 Praise ye the Saviour, ye that eat,
Since he affords to you this treat!
Ye are with his rich bounties fed,
And Jesus is your living bread.
3 Ye helpless poor and needy come!
O come for you there is yet room;
O come! and ye shall surely find
Refreshments for the weary mind.
4 O sinners, this is welcome news,
O pray be wise and don't refuse;
Come venture, you shall find it true:
This table it is set for you.
5 Dear Lord, if sin can be a plea,
Then there is grace in store for me;
Through mercy I shall find a place,
And with the rest be sav'd by grace.
6 I come, O Saviour as I am!
Thy merits I do humbly claim;
Thy promise give me free access,
To everlasting life and peace.Source: Church Hymn Book: consisting of newly composed hymns with the addition of hymns and psalms, from other authors, carefully adapted for the use of public worship, and many other occasions (1st ed.) #CLXXXIV