The Throne of Grace. Heb. 4. 16; 10. 19-22
S. Medley C.M.
Dear Lord! to us assembled here
Reveal thy smiling face,
While we, by faith, with love and fear,
Approach the throne of grace.
Thy house is called the house of prayer,
A solemn sacred place;
O let us now thy presence share,
While at the throne of grace.
With holy boldness may we come,
Though of a sinful race,
Thankful to find there yet is room
Before the throne of grace.
Our earnest, fervent cry attend,
And all our faith increase,
While we address our heavenly Friend
Upon the throne of grace.
[His tender pity and his love
Our every fear will chase;
And all our help, we then shall prove,
Comes from the throne of grace.]
Dear Lord, our many wants supply;
Attend to every case;
While humbled in the dust we lie,
Low at the throne of grace.
We bless thee for thy word and laws;
We bless thee for thy peace;
And we do bless thee, Lord, because
There is a throne of grace.