No. First Line Meter Tune(s)
126 Lord, accept our feeble song 7.7.7.7. Innocents*
Savannah*
127 Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious 8.7.8.7.8.7 Regent Square*
Triumph*
128 Lord Jesus, are we one with Thee? CM St. Magnus*
Westminster*
129 Lord Jesus Christ we seek Thy face LM Retreat*
130 Lord Jesus, come! (see Note below) 4.6.8.8.4. Patience°
Lord Jesus come*
131 Lord Jesus, Friend unfailing! 7.6.7.6.D. Tyrolese°
Munich*
132 Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing (see Note below) 8.7.8.7.8.7. St. Thomas
Sicilian Mariners*
Dismissal*
Eton*
Greenville*
133 Lord Jesus, my Saviour! PM Appin°
134 Lord Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine (see Note below) 11.11.11.11. Affection°
Gordon*
135 Lord Jesus, Thou who only art 8.8.8.8.8.8. Eaton*
136 Lord Jesus, let Thy favour rest CM Heathside
Farrant*
Holy Trinity*
137 Lord Jesus Christ, the thought of Thee CM St. Agnes*
138 Lord Jesus, Thine 4.6.8.8.4. Patience°
139 Lord! to Thee my heart, ascending 8.7.8.7.6.7. Even Me*
Etiam et Mihi*
140 Lord Jesus, Thou who only art 8.8.8.8.8.8. Giessen
St. Matthias*
Rest*
141 Lord Jesus, Thy great love to me 8.8.8.8.8.8. Giessen
Colchester°
142 Lord Jesus, to tell of Thy love 8.8.8.8. David°
Tabor°
143 Lord, we are Thine: our God Thou art (see Note below) LMD Hour of Prayer*
144 Lord Jesus, we believing 7.6.7.6.D Cruger*
Aurelia*
145 May the grace of Christ our Saviour 8.7.8.7. Sharon°
Sardis*
Petersen*
Stockwell*
Waltham*
146 Lord Jesus, who didst once appear CM St. Bernard*
147 Man of Sorrows! what a name 7.7.7.8. Man of Sorrows*
148 Lord, we would ne'er forget Thy love LM Soldau*
149 Meeting in the Saviour's Name (see Note below) 7.7.7.7.7.7. Huss
Maidstone*
150 Mid the splendours of the glory 8.7.8.7.8.7. Splendours
Lewes°

Notes:

  1. The tune "Lord Jesus Come" may actually 4.6.8.8.8. because the 4th line is repeated as shown below:

    Lord Jesus, come! Nor let us longer roam
    Afar from Thee, and that bright place
    Where we shall see Thee face to face.
    Lord Jesus, come! Lord Jesus, come!

  2. When singing this hymn repeat the 5th line as shown below:

    Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing;
    Fill our hearts with joy and peace;
    Let us each Thy love possessing,
    Triumph in redeeming grace.
    O refresh us, O refresh us,
    Traveling through this wilderness.

  3. The tune Gordon is also known as Clarendon Street.
  4. The tune Hour of Prayer is also known as Walford.
  5. This tune of Maidstone from the Cyberhymnal actually appears to be 7.7.7.7.D. so the last 2 lines of this hymn should be repeated.