Thee, we adore, O Savior, God most trueAuthor: Thomas Aquinas; Translator: Gerard Manly Hopkins (alt.); Translator: James R. Woodford (alt.)
Tune: ADORO TE DEVOTE
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1 Thee, we adore, O Savior, God most true,
thy glory clothed in bread and wine anew;
our hearts to thee in true devotion bow,
in humble awe, we hail thy presence now.
2 O true remembrance of Christ crucified,
the bread of life to us for whom he died;
lend us this life then; feed and east our mind,
be thou the sweetness we were meant to find.
3 Fountain of goodness, Jesus, Lord and God,
cleanse us, O Christ, with thy most cleansing blood:
increase our faith and love, that we may know
the hope and peace which from thy presence flow.
4 Jesus, by faith we see thee here below;
send us, we pray thee, what we thirst for so:
some-day to gaze upon thy face in light,
blest evermore with thy full glory's sight.
Source: Evangelical Lutheran Worship #476
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|Evangelical Lutheran Worship #476||Thee We Adore, O Savior||Thee, we adore, O Savior, God most true||ADORO TE DEVOTE||Thomas Aquinas, 1227-124; James R. Woodford, 1820-1885; Gerard Manly Hopkins, 1844-1889||10 10 10 10||2006||Holy Communion ||