1 Unto thy temple, Lord, we come
with thankful heats to worship thee,
and pray that this may be our home
until we touch eternity:
2 The common home of rich and poor,
of bond and free, and great and small;
large as thy love for evermore,
and warm and bright and good to all.
3 And dwell thou with us in this place,
thou and thy Christ, to guide and bless.
Here make the well-springs of thy grace
like fountains in the wilderness.
4 May thy whole truth be spoken here;
thy gospel light for ever shine;
thy perfect love cast out all fear,
and human life become divine.
Source: Common Praise (1998) #303
|Instances (1 - 3 of 3)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Common Praise (1998) #303||Unto Thy Temple, Lord, We Come||Unto thy temple, Lord, we come||ROCKINGHAM||Robert Collyer (1823-1912)||LM||1 Kings 8:22-30; 2 Chronicles 6:13-33; 2 Chronicles 6:34-42; Psalm 84; Psalm 122||1998||Aniversary of Parish/Church | ; Gathering of the Community | ; Sunday ||
|Hymnal: A Worship Book #4||Unto thy temple, Lord, we come||Unto thy temple, Lord, we come||ROCKINGHAM OLD||Robert Collyer||1992||<cite>The River of Life</cite>, 1873|
|The Cyber Hymnal #7047||Unto Thy Temple, Lord, We Come||Unto Thy temple, Lord, we come||DUKE STREET||Robert Collyer||LM|