Here, Lord, assembled in thy name

Here, Lord, assembled in thy name

Author: Edward Boaden
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Here, Lord, assembled in thy name
Thy work to do, thy help we claim,
And pray for grace that we may be
Inspired by purest love to thee.

2 Not might, nor power, thyself hast said,
Can vice destroy or virtue spread;
Thy Spirit, Lord, this work must do,
Who only can our hearts renew.

3 Come, then, to us reveal thy love,
And pour the Spirit from above,
That we with holy motives may
The impulse of his will obey.

4 O touch our lips, that we may speak
To guard the tempted, help the weak,
And guide the wandering to retrace
Their steps, and seek a Father’s face!

Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #581

Author: Edward Boaden

Boaden, Edward, was born at Helston, in Cornwall, in 1827. It was originally intended that he should follow the legal profession. Early religious impressions and convictions however led him to devote himself to the ministry in connection with what is now known as the Methodist Free Church. Beginning his duties at Gosport in 1849, he has successively filled some of the most important positions of the denomination, including that of President (1871). Since 1864 he has been Chapel Secretary to the Connexion. His hymns in common use are:— 1. Behold, O Lord our God. (1887.) Temperance. 2. God of Light, in mercy bending. (1860.) Missions. 3. Here, Lord, assembled in Thy name. (1889.) Temperance, 1554 4. Thou God of glory… Go to person page >

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First Line: Here, Lord, assembled in thy name
Author: Edward Boaden



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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #581

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