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In thy great name, O Lord, we come

In thy great name, O Lord, we come

Author: Joseph Hoskins
Published in 139 hymnals

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1 In Thy great name, O Lord, we come,
To worship at Thy feet;
Oh, may Thy holy Spirit rest
On all that now shall meet.

2 We come to hear Jehovah speak,
To hear the Saviour’s voice:
Thy face and favor, Lord, we seek,
Now make our hearts rejoice.

3 Teach us to pray and praise, and hear,
And understand Thy word;
To feel Thy blissful presence near,
And trust our living Lord.

4 Here let Thy power and grace be felt;
Thy love and mercy known;
Our icy hearts, dear Jesus, melt,
And break this flinty stone.

5 Let sinners, Lord, Thy goodness prove,
And saints rejoice in Thee;
Let rebels be subdued by love,
And to the Saviour flee.

6 This house with grace and glory fill,
This congregation bless;
Thy great salvation now reveal,
Thy glorious righteousness.

Amen.

Source: Book of Worship with Hymns and Tunes #57

Author: Joseph Hoskins

Hoskins, Joseph, was born in 1745, but at what place is unknown. He was a Congregational Minister, who for ten years laboured with great success at Castle Green Chapel, Bristol, and died Sept. 28, 1788, aged 43. During the three years previous to his death ho had written 384 hymns, which in the year following, after correction and revision, were published by Messrs. Moody & Bottomley, Congregational Ministers. The book is entitled, Hymns on Select Texts of Scripture and Occasional Subjects (Bristol, 1789). From this work the following hymns are in common use:— 1. Alas! my [the] Lord my Life is gone. Spiritual darkness and death. 2. Great Light of life, Thou nature's Lord. God, the True Light. 3. In Thy great Name, 0 Lord, we… Go to person page >

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First Line: In thy great name, O Lord, we come
Author: Joseph Hoskins

Tune

FLENSBURG


ALEXANDRIA (Arnold)


MARTYRDOM (Wilson)

MARTYRDOM was originally an eighteenth-century Scottish folk melody used for the ballad "Helen of Kirkconnel." Hugh Wilson (b. Fenwick, Ayrshire, Scotland, c. 1766; d. Duntocher, Scotland, 1824) adapted MARTYRDOM into a hymn tune in duple meter around 1800. A triple-meter version of the tune was fir…

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