All praise to our redeeming Lord

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All praise to our redeeming Lord, 
who joins us by his grace, 
and bids us, each to each restored, 
together seek his face. 

He bids us build each other up, 
and gathered into one, 
to our high calling's glorious hope, 
we hand in hand go forth. 

The gift which he on one bestows, 
we all delight to prove; 
the grace through every vessel flows, 
in purest streams of love. 

We all partake the joy of one, 
the common peace we feel, 
a peace to worldly minds unknown, 
a joy unspeakable. 

The kiss of peace to each we give, 
a pledge of Christian love, 
in love, while here on earth we'll live, 
in love we'll dwell above.

#21 in Hymnal: A Worship Book

Words:  Charles Wesley, Hymns for Those that Seek Redemption (Sts. 1-4), 1747;
                                               Brethren's Hymn Book (St. 5), 1867
Tune:  Stephen Jenks, The Brethren's Tune and Hymn Book, 1872

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