Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead us

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"Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us"
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William Bradbury
GenreHymn
Written1836
TextDorothy Ann Thrupp
Based onIsaiah 40:11
Meter8.7.8.7 D
Melody"Bradbury" by William B. Bradbury

"Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us"

Savior, like a shepherd lead us,
much we need Thy tender care;
in Thy pleasen pastures feed us,
for our use Thy folds prepare:

|| Blessed Jesus, Blessed Jesus
Thou has bought us, Thine we are; ||

We are Thine-do Thou befriend us,
be the Guardian of our way;
keep Thy flock, from sin defend us,
seek us when we go astray:

|| Blessed Jesus, Blessed Jesus,
hear, O hear us when we pray; ||

Thous has promised to receive us,
Poor and singul though we be;
Thou hast mercy to relieve us,
Grace to cleanse a pow'r to free:

|| Blessed Jesus, Blessed Jesus,
early let us turn to Thee ||

Early let us seek Thy favor,
Early let us do Thy will
Blessed Lord and only Savior,
with Thy love our bosoms fill

|| Blessed Jesus, Blessed Jesus,
Thou hast lloved us, love us still ||

"Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead us" is a Christian hymn written by Dorothy Ann Thrupp from London. The hymn first appeared unsigned in her collection Hymns for the Young, in 1836. The music is by William B. Bradbury[1]

History[edit]

The composer Dorothy Ann Thrupp was born June 20, 1779, in London, and died in the same city in 1847. She compiled several hymnbooks for children. Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us appeared unsigned in her Hymns for the Young, published in 1836.[2]

There is another histories about this hymn. Ira Sankey sang this hymn in 1875[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Osbeck, Kenneth W. (2002). Amazing Grace: 366 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions. Kregel Publications. p. 77. ISBN 9780825493522.
  2. ^ Morgan, Robert J. (2010). Near to the Heart of God: Meditations on 366 Best-Loved Hymns. Revell. p. 180. ISBN 9780800733957.
  3. ^ Petersen, William; Petersen, Ardythe (2015). The Complete Book of Hymns. Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. p. 405. ISBN 9781414331409.

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