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831Additional Hymns with Tunes, 1903O Father, See Thy Children ComeRev. William H. H. Jervois (1852-1905)RemembranceSamuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)4

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1O Father, see Thy children come,
Unworthy sinners though we be,
Remembering all Thy tender love,
We come to praise and worship Thee.
2Thou sparedst not Thine only Son
To die upon the cross of pain,
To win the pardon of our sins,
That we eternal life might gain.
3“Do this,” He said, before He died
We now obey His word of love,
And plead in these Thy courts below,
As He, our Savior, pleads above.
4Accept us, Father, for His sake,
And hear us as we pray to Thee,
That in our heavenly home at last
We may Thine unveiled glory see. Amen.
1O Father, see Thy children come,
Unworthy sinners though we be,
Remembering all Thy tender love,
We come to praise and worship Thee.
2Thou sparedst not Thine only Son
To die upon the cross of pain,
To win the pardon of our sins,
That we eternal life might gain.
3“Do this,” He said, before He died
We now obey His word of love,
And plead in these Thy courts below,
As He, our Savior, pleads above.
4Accept us, Father, for His sake,
And hear us as we pray to Thee,
That in our heavenly home at last
We may Thine unveiled glory see. Amen.
BookReferenceBible Text
Hebrews13:15By him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to his name.