O Bread of Life from heavenTranslator: Philip Schaff; Author: Anonymous (1661)
Published in 39 hymnals
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1 O Bread of Life from heaven,
To saints and angels given;
O manna from above!
The souls that hunger, feed Thou,
The hearts that seek Thee, lead Thou,
With Thy sweet, tender love.
2 O fount of grace redeeming,
O river ever streaming
From Jesus' holy side!
Come Thou, Thyself bestowing
On thirsting souls, and flowing
Till all are satisfied.
3 Jesu, this feast receiving,
Thy Word of truth believing,
We Thee unseen adore;
Grant, when the veil is rended,
That we, to heaven ascended,
May see Thee evermore.
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
|Instances (1 - 6 of 6)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|AGO Founders Hymnal #70||O Bread of Life from heaven||O Bread of Life from heaven||BREAD OF LIFE (Warren)||2009|
|Ambassador Hymnal: for Lutheran worship #259||O Bread of Life from Heaven||O Bread of life from heaven||INNSBRUCK||Philip Schaff, 1819-1893||776 778||1994||Communion | ; Word of God |||Latin hymn, 1661|
|Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary #266||O Bread of Life From Heaven||O Bread of life from heaven||O WELT, ICH MUSS DICH LASSEN||Unknown; P. Schaff, 1819-1893||776 778||1996||Jesus, Bread of Life | ; Lent 4 ||
|Evangelical Lutheran Worship #480||O Bread of Life from Heaven||O bread of life from heaven||O WELT, ICH MUSS DICH LASSEN||Philip Schaff, 1819-1893; Hugh T. Henry, 1862-1946||7 7 6 7 7 8||2006||Expanded Images for God | ; Holy Communion |||Latin hymn, c. 1661|
|Small Church Music #6900||O Bread of life from heaven||O Bread of life from heaven||O WELT, ICH MUSS DICH LASSEN|
|The Cyber Hymnal #4695||O Bread of Life from Heaven||O bread of life from Heaven||O WELT, ICH MUSS DICH LASSEN||Philip Schaff; Hugh T. Henry||<cite>Maintzich Gesangbuch</cite>, 1661; translation in <cite>Christ in Song</cite> (New York: 1869), and in the <cite>American Catholic Hymnal</cite>, 1913|