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Spread the table of the Lord

Spread the table of the Lord

Author: George Osborn Gregory, 1881-
Tune: CULBACH
Published in 1 hymnal

Full Text

1 Spread the table of the Lord,
Break the bread and pour the wine;
Gathered at the sacred board,
We would taste the feast divine.

2 Saints and martyrs of the faith
To the Cross have turned their eyes,
Sharing, in their life and death,
That eternal sacrifice.

3 Humbly now our place we claim
In that glorious company,
Proud confessors of the name,
Breaking bread, O Christ, with Thee.

4 By the memory of Thy love,
To the glory of the Lord,
Here we raise Thy Cross above,
Gird us with Thy Spirit's sword.

5 Guided by Thy mighty hand,
All Thy mind we would fulfil,
Loyal to Thy least command,
Serving Thee with steadfast will.

Source: The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes #757

Author: George Osborn Gregory, 1881-

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Text Information

First Line: Spread the table of the Lord
Author: George Osborn Gregory, 1881-
Meter: 7.7.7.7
Language: English
Publication Date: 1933
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1933.



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