Jesus, to Thy table led

Jesus, to Thy table led

Author: Robert H. Baynes (1864)
Published in 81 hymnals

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1 Jesu, to Thy table led,
Now let every heart be fed
With the true and living bread.

2 While in penitence we kneel,
Thy blest presence let us feel,
All Thy wondrous love reveal.

3 While on Thy dear cross we gaze,
Mourning o'er our sinful ways,
Turn our sadness into praise.

4 When we taste the mystic wine,
Of Thine outpoured blood the sign;
Fill our hearts with love divine.

5 Draw us to Thy wounded side,
Whence there flowed the healing tide;
There our sins and sorrows hide.

6 From the bonds of sin release,
Cold and wavering faith increase;
Lamb of God, grant us Thy peace.

7 Lead us by Thy pierc├Ęd hand,
Till around Thy throne we stand
In the bright and better land.

Amen.

The Hymnal: revised and enlarged as adopted by the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America in the year of our Lord 1892

Author: Robert H. Baynes

Baynes, Robert Hall, M.A., s. of the Rev. Joseph Baynes, b. at Wellington, Somerset, Mar. 10, 1831, and educated at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, graduating B.A. 1856, and M.A. 1859. Ordained in 1855, he held successively the Curacy of Christ Church, Blackfriars, the P. Curacy of St. Paul's, Whitechapel; of Holy Trinity, Maidstone, and of St. Michael's, Coventry. In 1870 he was Bp. designate of Madagascar; but resigned in 1871. In 1873 he was appointed Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral, and in 1880 Vicar of Holy Trinity, Folkestone. Canon Baynes is more widely known as the compiler of some most successful books of sacred poetry than as an original hymn-writer, although some of his hymns are of considerable merit, and are in extensive use. Of the… Go to person page >

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First Line: Jesus, to Thy table led
Author: Robert H. Baynes (1864)
Meter: 7.7.7
Language: English

Notes

Jesu, to Thy table led. R. H. Baynes. [Holy Communion.] Published in his Canterbury Hymnal, 1864, No. 227, in 7 stanzas of 3 lines, and headed with the text, "To know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge." It has passed into numerous hymnals, both in Great Britain and America. It is the most widely used of Canon Baynes's hymns.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

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Media

The Book of Common Praise: being the hymn book of The Church of England in Canada (revised 1938) #242c
The Cyber Hymnal #3455
  • Adobe Acrobat image (PDF)
  • Noteworthy Composer score (NWC)
  • XML score (XML)
Small Church Music #2273
  • PDF Score (PDF)

Instances

Instances (1 - 6 of 6)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Church Hymnal, Fifth Edition #426
Hymns and Psalms: a Methodist and ecumenical hymn book #613a
Hymns and Psalms: a Methodist and ecumenical hymn book #613b
Small Church Music #344Audio
Small Church Music #2273Audio
The Cyber Hymnal #3455TextScoreAudio
Include 75 pre-1979 instances



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