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Jesus, Lord, to Thee we sing

Jesus, Lord, to Thee we sing

Author: Harriet Auber (1829)
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 JESUS, Lord, to Thee we sing, Thee our Saviour, Priest, and King, Who our guilt and woes sustain'd, And the cup of vengeance drain'd; Now Thou sitt'st enthroned on high, Crown'd with power and victory; All Thy foes shall prostrate fall, Ev'ry nation hear Thy call. 2 As at morning's youthful hour, Dewdrops gem each leaf and flower, So, O Lord, our sons unborn Shall Thy crowded courts adorn, Gladly own Thee for their King, Gladly free-will off'rings bring, Till Thy spreading empire prove Boundless as Thy wondrous love.

Source: Spurgeon's Own Hymn Book #110

Author: Harriet Auber

Auber, Harriet, daughter of Mr. James Auber, b. in London, Oct. 4, 1773. During the greater part of her quiet and secluded life she resided at Broxbourne and Hoddesdon, Herts, and died at the latter place on the 20th Jan., 1862. Miss Auber wrote devotional and other poetry, but only a portion of the former was published in her Spirit of the Psalms, in 1829. This collection is mainly her work, and from it some useful versions of the Psalms have been taken and included in modern hymn-books, about 20 appearing in Spurgeon's Our Own Hymn Book, 1866. Miss Auber's name is widely known, but it is principally through her exquisite lyric, "Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed," and the Epiphany hymn, "Bright was the guiding star that led." (For criti… Go to person page >

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First Line: Jesus, Lord, to Thee we sing
Author: Harriet Auber (1829)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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Spurgeon's Own Hymn Book #110

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