332 O God, unseen yet ever near

The Hymnal 1982 332

O God, unseen yet ever near

st. flavian
Edward Osler, 1768-1863

1 O God, unseen yet ever near, thy presence may we feel; and thus inspired with holy fear, before thine altar kneel.

2 Here may thy faithful people know the blessings of thy love, the streams that through the desert flow, the manna from above.

3 We come, obedient to thy word, to feast on heavenly food; our meat the Body of the Lord, our drink his precious Blood.

4 Thus may we all thy word obey, for we, O God, are thine; and go rejoicing on our way, renewed with strength divine.

All data and images for this page are taken from publicly-available data from Hymnary.org. To the best of my knowledge, no copyrighted material is reproduced on this page.