721. Love divine, all loves excelling

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1 Love divine, all loves excelling,
joy of heaven, to earth come down,
fix in us thy humble dwelling,
all thy faithful mercies crown.

2 Jesu, thou art all compassion,
pure unbounded love thou art;
visit us with thy salvation,
enter every trembling heart.

3 Come, almighty to deliver,
let us all thy grace receive;
suddenly return, and never,
never more thy temples leave.

4 Thee we would be always blessing,
serve thee as thy hosts above;
pray, and praise thee, without ceasing,
glory in thy perfect love.

5 Finish then thy new creation:
pure and spotless let us be;
let us see thy great salvation
perfectly restored in thee;

6 Changed from glory into glory
till in heaven we take our place,
till we cast our crowns before thee,
lost in wonder, love, and praise.

Text Information
First Line: Love divine, all loves excelling
Author: Charles Wesley (1707-1788) (alt.)
Meter: 87 87
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ;
Topic: Adoration; Children and All-Age Worship; God: Love of (10 more...)
Tune Information
Name: LOVE DIVINE
Composer: John Stainer (1840-1901)
Meter: 87 87
Key: G Major



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