1 Jesus, whom Thy Church doth own
As her Head and King alone,
Bless me, Thy poor member too,
And Thy Spirit's influence give,
That to Thee henceforth I live;
Daily Thou my strength renew.
2 Let Thy living Spirit flow
Thro' Thy members all below,
With its warmth and pow'r divine;
Scattered far apart they dwell,
Yet in ev'ry land, full well,
Lord, Thou knowest who is Thine.
3 Those who serve Thee I would serve,
Never from their union swerve,
Here I cry before Thy face--
Zion, God give thee good speed,
Christ thy footsteps ever lead,
Make thee steadfast in His ways.
Source: American Lutheran Hymnal #89
|Instances (1 - 4 of 4)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|American Lutheran Hymnal #89||Jesus, Whom Thy Church Doth Own||Jesus, whom Thy Church doth own||SULLIVAN||Catherine Winkworth; Gerhard Tersteegen||7s Six lines||1930||The Means of Grace | The Christian Church|
|Chorale Book for England, The #106||Jesus, whom Thy Church doth own||Jesus, whom Thy Church doth own||P. Flemming||1863|
|Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #193||Jesus, whom Thy Church doth own||Jesus, whom Thy Church doth own||1880||The Catechism | The Church|
|Evangelical Lutheran hymnal: with music #193||Jesus, whom Thy Church doth own||Jesus, whom Thy Church doth own||SULLIVAN||Gerhard Terstegen; Catherine Winkworth||7s. Six lines. No. 9||1908||The Catechism | The Church; Second Sunday after Epiphany | ; First Sunday in Lent | ; Sixth Sunday after Easter | ; Tenth Sunday after Trinity | ; Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity | ; Twenty Second Sunday after Trinity ||