Here, Lord, we offer Thee all that is fairest

Here, Lord, we offer Thee all that is fairest. Gerald Blunt* (1827-1902).  Written probably in 1879, when it was first sung at a Flower Service at St Luke’s. It was then included by Frances Carey Brock* in The Children’s Hymn Book (1881), from which it passed into William Garrett Horder*’s Congregational Hymns (1884), and the Congregational Church Hymnal (1887). It was taken up by The Primitive Methodist Hymnal (1887, 1889) and The United Methodist Church Hymnal (1889). It appeared briefly in the A&M tradition, in the Supplement (1889) to the Second Edition of 1875, and thus in A&MS. In Scotland it was included in the Church Hymnary (1898) and in RCH .The Baptists used it...

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