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O Jesu, Jesu, dearest Lord

O Jesu, Jesu, dearest Lord

Published in 2 hymnals

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1 O Jesu, Jesu, dearest LORD,
How wond'rous is thy love!
Thy patience, pity, tenderness,
Which I each moment prove!

2 O LORD, how faithless is my heart,
How apt to turn aside;
And wander in its own deceits,
Of reasoning and pride!

3 Yet, dearest Saviour, love me still,
The poorest, and the worst;
For well I know where sin abounds,
Thy grace abounds the most.

4 Yet let me not thy grace abuse,
And sin because thou'rt good;
But let thy love fill me with shame,
That I thy love withstood.

5 On me, my King, exert thy pow'r,
Make old things pass away,
Create all new, and draw me still,
Still nearer ev'ry day.

6 I thank and praise thee, dearest LORD,
For all that thou hast done:
O take me to thee as I am,
For thy redeemed one.

Source: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns: done under the appointment of the Philadelphian Association #LXXXVI

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A Selection of Psalms and Hymns #LXXXVI

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