God himself is with usAuthor: Gerhardt Terstegen, 1697-1769; Translator (st. 3): Henry Sloane Coffin, 1877-1954
Published in 5 hymnals
1 God Himself is with us:
Let us now adore Him,
And with awe appear before Him.
God is here within us;
Soul, in silence fear Him,
Humbly, fervently draw near Him.
Now His own who have known
God, in worship lowly,
Yield their spirits wholly.
2 Come, abide within me;
Let my soul, like Mary,
Be Thine earthly sanctuary.
Come, in-dwelling Spirit,
With transfigured splendor;
Love and honor will I render.
Where I go here below
Let me bow before Thee,
Know Thee and adore Thee.
3 Gladly we surrender
Earth's deceitful treasures,
Pride of life and sinful pleasures;
Gladly, Lord, we offer
Thine to be forever,
Soul and life and each endeavor.
Thou alone shalt be known
Lord of all our being,
Life's true way decreeing.
Source: Hymns for the Living Church #375
|First Line:||God himself is with us|
|Author:||Gerhardt Terstegen, 1697-1769|
|Translator (st. 3):||Henry Sloane Coffin, 1877-1954|
|Source:||Hymnal 1940, alt. (tr.)|
|Copyright:||Sts. 1, 2 and 4 © The Church Pension Fund.; St. 3 By permission of David D. Coffin|
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|Hymnal 1982: according to the use of the Episcopal Church #475||God himself is with us||God himself is with us||TYSK||Gerhardt Terstegen, 1697-1769; Henry Sloane Coffin, 1877-1954||668. 668. 666||1985||<i>Hymnal 1940</i>, alt. (tr.)|