Take us as we are, O God, and claim us as your own.
As once you chose to tell your love in human flesh
so let our lives be used to make your saving
Bless us for your service, Lord; no power we devise
will ever give us strength enough or make us truly
yet by your promise we can know the peace your
Break us open to disclose how brokenness can
wherever broken loaves suffice to give a crowd a
and graves break open to release new life from
death’s dread seal.
Give us to the world you love, as light and salt and
that we may nourish in your name the last, the lost,
until at length you call us all to your unending feast.
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Display Title: Take Us As We Are, O GodFirst Line: Take us as we are, O GodTune Title: ENDLESS FEASTAuthor: Carl P. Daw Jr.Meter: 126.96.36.199.8.6Scripture: Matthew 5:13-14; Matthew 13:33; Matthew 14:13-21; Matthew 26:26; Mark 6:30-44; Mark 8:1-8; Mark 14:22; Luke 9:10-17; Luke 22:19; John 6:1-3; John 6:17; John 6:51; John 11:44; 1 Corinthians 11:23-24; 1 Corinthians 15:52; Revelation 19:9Date: 2013Subject: The Church | ; Community in Christ | ; Evangelism | ; Ministry | ; Personal Peace | ; Service | ; Communion |
Display Title: Take Us as We Are, O GodFirst Line: Take us as we are, O GodTune Title: ENDLESS FEASTAuthor: Carl P. Daw Jr, b. 1944Meter: 188.8.131.52.8.6Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16; Matthew 13:33; John 6:1-13; John 11:38-44Date: 2013Subject: Discipleship | ; Mission | ; Testimony/Witness |
Display Title: Take Us As We Are, O GodFirst Line: Take us as we are, O GodTune Title: ENDLESS FEASTAuthor: Carl P. Daw, Jr., b. 1944Meter: 76 86 86Scripture: Matthew 5; John 11:44; John 6:51Date: 2002Subject: Epiphany |