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Low in thine agony

Low in thine agony

Author: Henry Allon
Tune: ABINGER
Published in 2 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1. Low in Thine agony,
Bearing Thy cross for me,
Savior divine!
In the dark tempter’s hour,
Quailing beneath his power,
Sorrowing yet more and more,
Thou dost incline.

2. O Lord of Heav’n and earth,
What sorrow unto death
Dost Thou sustain?
Thou dost in anguish bow:
Thou art forsaken now;
For me this cup of woe
Thou dost now drain.

3. In deep and trembling fears,
With crying strong and tears,
Now Thou dost pray.
If it be possible
This cup so terrible,
Father most merciful,
Take it away.

4. Yet, Lord, Thy will be done;
Lo, I, Thine only Son,
This cup will drink.
O wondrous love of Thine,
Unspeakable, divine;
To save this soul of mine
Thou wilt not shrink.

5. Savior, give me to share
Thy lowly will and prayer
In all my woe;
In my soul’s agony
Let me resemble Thee;
An angel strengthening me,
Let me, too, know.

6. Thy soul its travail saw,
And in its heavy woe
Was satisfied.
So let Thy sorrow, Lord,
Fullness of joy afford,
To life and God restored,
Through Him who died.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #3997

Author: Henry Allon

Allon, Henry, D.D., an Independent Minister, born at Welton, near Hull, October 18, 1818, and educated at Cheshunt College, Herts. In 1844 he became co-pastor with the Rev. T. Lewis of the Union Chapel, Islington, and succeeded to the sole pastorate on the death of Mr. Lewis in 1852. In 1865 Dr. Allon became co-editor with Dr. Reynolds of the British Quarterly Review, and in 1877 the sole editor of that journal. His Memoir of the Rev. J. Sherman, published in 1863, and his Sermons on The Vision of God, 1876, are well known. As a composer of hymns he is represented by one hymn only, "Low in Thine agony," a good hymn for Passiontide, contributed to his Supplemental Hymns, 1868, No. 24. His services to Hymnody, especially in the musical depart… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Low in thine agony
Author: Henry Allon
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #3997
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