mainheader
echo '
';

rp Search Options

Hymn/Song Information

The Saviour comes no outward pomp




The Saviour comes,
no outward pomp,
Bespeaks His presence nigh;
No earthly beauty shines in Him,
To draw the carnal eye.

All beauty may we ever see,
In God’s belovèd Son,
The chiefest of ten thousand He,
The only lovely One!



Rejected and despised of men,
Behold a man of woe!
Grief was His
close companion here,
Through all His life below.

All beauty may we ever see,
In God’s belovèd Son,
The chiefest of ten thousand He,
The only lovely One!



Yet all the griefs
He felt were ours,
Ours were the woes He bore;
Pangs not His own,
His spotless soul,
With bitter anguish tore.

All beauty may we ever see,
In God’s belovèd Son,
The chiefest of ten thousand He,
The only lovely One!



We all like sheep had gone astray,
In ruin’s fatal road;
On Him were
our transgressions laid;
He bore the mighty load.

All beauty may we ever see,
In God’s belovèd Son,
The chiefest of ten thousand He,
The only lovely One!


marker 99
LYRICS
Meter: 8 6 8 6 (C.M.) and refra
Writer(s):
    Trans/Adapted:
      Dates: 1745
      Bible Refs: Song 5:10;
      LIST OF LYRIC SOURCES
      Hymn/Song Book Year Song #
      1885# 22
      MUSIC
      Name: VOX DILECTI
      Meter: 8 6 8 6 D (D.C.M.)
      Writer(s):
        Dates: 1868
        SCORE PREVIEW
        score
        echo '
        ';
        If I have omitted copyright on any items, or if there are errors, please e-mail me with details and I will gladly update my records.

        This page has had 449 visits
        eye-catcher
        Designed and managed by:
        nbp