Jesus, pitying Saviour, hear meAuthor: Gerhard Tersteegen (1731); Translator: Catherine Winkworth (1863)
Published in 4 hymnals
Jesus, pitying Saviour, hear me,
Draw Thou near me,
Turn Thee, Lord, in grace to me;
For Thou knowst all my sorrow,
Night and morrow
Doth my cry go up to Thee.
Sin of courage hath bereft me,
And hath left me
Scarce a spark of faith or hope;
Bitter tears my heart oft sheddeth
As it dreadeth
I am past Thy mercy's scope.
Peace I cannot find, oh take me,
Lord, and make me
From the yoke of evil free;
Calm this longing never-sleeping,
Still my weeping,
Grant me hope once more in Thee.
Lord, wilt Thou be wroth for ever?
Me from all I most deserved;
'Tis Thyself, dear Lord, hast sought me,
Thou hast taught me
Thee to seek from whom I swerved.
Thou, my God and King, hast known me,
Yet hast shown me
True and loving is Thy will;
Though my heart from Thee oft ranges,
Through its changes,
Lord, Thy love is faithful still.
Bless my trials thus to sever
Me for ever
From the love of self and sin;
Let me through them see Thee clearer,
Find Thee nearer,
Grow more like to Thee within.
In the patience that Thou lendest
All Thou sendest
I embrace, I will be still;
Bend this stubborn heart, I pray Thee,
To obey Thee,
Calmly waiting on Thy will.
Here I bring my will, oh take it,
Thine, Lord, make it,
Calm this troubled heart of mine;
In Thy strength I too may conquer,
Wait no longer,
Show in me Thy grace Divine.
|Instances (1 - 4 of 4)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Chorale Book for England, The #109||Jesus, pitying Saviour, hear me||Jesus, pitying Saviour, hear me||Tersteegen||1863|
|Hymnal of the Presbyterian Church #462||Jesus, pitying Saviour, hear me||Jesus, pitying Saviour, hear me||1866|
|Hymns of the Christian Centuries #150||Jesu, pitying Saviour, hear me||Jesu, pitying Saviour, hear me||Miss C. Winkworth; Gerhard Tersteegen||1903|
|Songs of the Soul: gathered out of many lands and ages #257b||Jesus, pitying Saviour, hear me||Jesus, pitying Saviour, hear me||Gerhard Tersteegen||1880|