Jesus comes with all his grace
Jesus comes with all his grace. Charles Wesley* (1707-1788).
First published in Hymns and Sacred Poems (1749), the volume published with Charles’s name only, with his brother’s approval and to raise money for Charles’s marriage to Sarah Gwynne. It was Hymn XXXIII of ‘Hymns for those that wait for Full Redemption’. It had 11 stanzas:
Jesus comes with all his Grace, Comes to save a Fallen Race: Object of our Glorious Hope, Jesus comes to lift us up.
Let the Living Stones cry out, Let the Sons of Abraham shout, Praise we all our lowly King, Give Him Thanks, rejoice, and sing.
He hath our Salvation wrought, He our captive Souls hath bought; He hath reconcil’d to God, He hath wash’d us in his...
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