Lord, in love and mercy save us

Lord, in love and mercy save us

Author: Andrew James Symington
Published in 5 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Lord! in love and mercy save us,
For our trust is all in thee:
In that cleansing fountain lave us,
Which alone can make us free!

2 Weary, life's rough billows breasting,
Through the long lone dismal night,
Grant that calmly, on thee resting,
We may wait for morning light.

3 Lord! we pray, and know thou hearest,
For thy promises are true:
Grant the heart-wish that is dearest;
He who knows can also do!

Source: Laudes Domini: a selection of spiritual songs, ancient and modern for use in the prayer-meeting #100

Author: Andrew James Symington

Symington, Andrew James, son of E. B. Symington, of Paisley, Scotland, was born there on July 27, 1825. After receiving his education at the Grammar School of his native town he entered into business with his father and brother. During the intervals of business he has devoted himself to literature. His publications include Harebell Chimes, 1848; Genevieve, and Other Poems, 1851; The Beautiful in Nature, Art, and Life, 1857; Pen and Pencil Sketches of Faröe and Iceland, 1862; The Reasonableness of Faith; with Appendix containing Hymns and Verses of Consolation and Hope, 1870; Hints to our Boys, 1884; Poems, and other works. He also edited Blackie's series of Men of Light and Learning, and has contributed to a large number of magazines in Gr… Go to person page >

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First Line: Lord, in love and mercy save us
Author: Andrew James Symington
Copyright: Public Domain

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Laudes Domini #226

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Laudes Domini #100

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Offices of Worship and Hymns #275

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The New Laudes Domini #230

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