Lord, we come before thee

Lord, we come before Thee To our Savior's name

Author: J. Stuart Holden
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 Lord, we come before Thee,
In our Saviour’s name,
For Thy chosen people
Blessing now to claim:
Send the “showers of blessing”
On each Jewish head,
To the Cross of Jesus
Be each lost one led.

Chorus:
Father, bless and save them,
Israel’s sons, we pray;
Turn to joy their bondage,
Turn their night to day.

2 Satan doth enslave them,—
Blinds them to Thy word;
Oh! do Thou convict them;
By Thy Spirit’s Sword;
Send Thy promised Spirit,
Break their chains of sin,
Bid them trust in Jesus,
Call each lost one in. [Chorus]

3 O’er the wide world scattered,
Yet they still are Thine,
May Thy glorious Day-star
In their darkness shine:
Though in every country
Far from Thee they roam,
Saviour, seek and find them,
Bring each lost one home. [Chorus]


Source: Hymns of Consecration and Faith #440

Author: J. Stuart Holden

Holden, John Stuart, M.A., born in Liverpool in 1870, and educated at Liverpool College, and Corpus Christi College, Camb.; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1902. Ordained to the curacy of Walcot in 1899, he became in 1901 a Mission Preacher in connection with the Parochial Miss. Soc, and in 1905 Vicar of St. Paul's, Portman Square, London. He is prominently identified with the Keswick Convention, and visited China as a deputation in 1904. He is the author of several hymns, including "Lord, we come before Thee, In our Saviour's name" (On behalf of the Jews) in Hymns of Consecration and Faith, 1902. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: Lord, we come before Thee To our Savior's name
Title: Lord, we come before thee
Author: J. Stuart Holden
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Father, bless and save them
Copyright: Public Domain

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