1 In Thy name, divine Redeemer,
We are gath’ring at Thy feet;
Let the glory-cloud, descending,
Rest upon the mercy-seat.
Thro’ Thy merits we are pleading
For the bliss of perfect love;
Let it come just now, we pray Thee,
While we lift our hearts above.
In the fulness of Thy mercy,
In the greatness of Thy pow’r,
Let the blessing fall upon us
Like a Pentecostal show’r.
2 In the blood of Thy atonement
Thou hast wash’d away our sin,
But we long for closer union,
And a clearer light within.
There are heights of joy before us
That our souls by faith may climb;
We may breathe the air of Eden
Tho’ we tread the shores of time. [Refrain]
3 With our all upon the altar,
While we linger at the throne,
Consecrate us now and ever
To Thy will, and Thine alone;
By that lowly consecration,
Saved and sealed thro’ grace divine,
Cleansed anew with ev’ry moment,
We, in life or death, are Thine. [Refrain]
Source: Williston Hymns #80