Come, share the Lord
Come, share the Lord. Bryan Jeffery Leech* (1931- ).
As related by C. Michael Hawn*, Leech described the genesis of this hymn as a tune that he played to a friend in 1983, who instantly suggested that it was suitable for Holy Communion. Leech then wrote the words. The emphasis is on the ‘burning in our hearts’ for Christ, and on the sharing of the bread and wine, so that no-one is a stranger. In an arrangement by Roland Tabell, Leech’s text and tune have become widely...
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