Words: Will­iam Max­well, in the Pres­by­ter­ian De­vo­tion­al Hymns (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: 1842).

Music: Esh­te­moa, Tim­o­thy B. Ma­son, 1836.

Jesus, Master, hear me now,
While I would renew my vow,
And record Thy dying love;
Hear, and help me from above.

Feed me, Savior, with this bread,
Broken in Thy body’s stead;
Cheer my spirit with this wine,
Streaming like that blood of Thine.

And as now I eat and drink,
Let me truly, sweetly think,
Thou didst hang upon the tree,
Broken, bleeding, there—for me.