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O Jesus, Lord and Savior

O Jesus, Lord and Savior

Author: J. Bayley
Tune: [O Jesus, Lord and Savior]
Published in 4 hymnals

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Representative Text

1. O Jesus, Lord and Savior,
The soul’s eternal king,
Grant now Thy grace and favor,
While we Thy praises sing!

Come, Savior, come,
And give Thy Spirit course,
O feed us now and evermore,
From love’s eternal source!

2. Far, far from Thee, our Savior,
Our youthful steps might roam,
By sin and darkness sink in death,
Nor reach our heav’nly home. [Refrain]

3. Within Thy Church, Lord Jesus,
O let our souls aspire,
To see Thy Spirit’s holy light
And feel celestial fire! [Refrain]

4. Abide with us, Lord Jesus,
Fill us with holy zeal;
Give us to think as angels think,
And feel as angels feel. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #5030

Author: J. Bayley

Jonathan Bayley was born in Sal­ford, England on Ju­ly 22nd, 1810. At the age of 14, he be­gan to at­tend the ev­en­ing class­es and joined the Sun­day School at the New Je­ru­sa­lem Tem­ple. Until the age of 19 he was en­gaged at the Sal­ford Ir­on Works. He became a preacher and served the Accrington Society. While there he started a night school and later opened schools at Holl­and-bank, and Waterloo. Dr. Bayley was with the Ar­gyle Square So­ci­e­ty for six­teen years. He died on May 12, 1886, in Kensington, London, England. Dr. Bayley was chairman of the committee entrusted to compile a new hymnal for the Swedonborgian church The result of their labors was published in 1880, as Hymns for the Use of The New… Go to person page >

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First Line: O Jesus, Lord and Savior
Author: J. Bayley



The Cyber Hymnal #5030
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The Cyber Hymnal #5030

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