We Would Remember Thee (words only)
|Worship & Remembrance||# 160|
Lord Jesus Christ, we would remember Thee, As, on the table, we the emblems see;
Thy holy body shadowed in the bread, Thy precious blood is in the cup portrayed.
Lord, we adore Thee for Thy matchless grace, That Thou, for us, didst take the servants place;
From Godhead’s glory to the shameful tree, From wealth, so vast, to abject poverty!
O, Lamb of God, we join to bless Thy name, That Thou, on Calv’ry, bore our sin and shame;
And, by Thy death, didst put our guilt away, Triumphant rose, our night to turn to day.
We see Thee now, at God’s right hand enthroned, Vested with honor, and with glory crowned:
Blessed Redeemer, Savior, Lord: to Thee Be all the glory, pow’r and majesty!
Song InfoAuthor: Alfred P. Gibbs
Composer: Edward J. Hopkins