Friday, 27 September 2019

Be Present At Our Table Hymn Story and Lyrics

Be Present At Our Table Lord Hymn Story.


This hymn was written by John Cennick, 1741. The tune is attributed to Louis Bourgeois.

It is based on Matthew 6:11, "Give us this day our daily bread."

John Cennick was born at Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom in 1717. He was a friend of John Wesley and George Whitefield and assisted them in their work. 

He split from John Wesley on doctrinal grounds and sided with George Whitefield. He later joined the Moravians and went to work in German and the North of Ireland. 

He died in London on July 4, 1755

He wrote other hymns besides this post's hymn. The other hymns he wrote include, "Lo He Cometh, countless trumpets"; Children of the heavenly King; and "Ere I sleep, for every favor".

John Cennick

Be Present At Our Table Lord Hymn Lyrics


Be present at our table, Lord;
Be here and everywhere adored;
Thy creatures bless, and grant that we
May feast in paradise with Thee.

We thank Thee, Lord, for this our food,
For life and health and every good;
By Thine own hand may we be fed;
Give us each day our daily bread.

We thank Thee, Lord, for this our good,
But more because of Jesus’ blood;
Let manna to our souls be giv’n,
The Bread of Life sent down from Heav’n.

For more lyrics and stories visit popular and old hymn history.

Be Present At Our Table Lord Video



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