Sung during the Sunday worship at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London (Spurgeon’s).

Hymn 544 from our hymn book, Psalms & Hymns of Reformed Worship.

BE with me, Lord, where’er I go;
Teach me what Thou wouldst have me do;
Govern whate’er I think or say;
Direct me in the narrow way.

Work in me, lest I harbour pride,
Lest I in my own strength confide;
Show me my weakness, let me see
I have my power, my all, from Thee.

Assist and teach me how to pray;
Incline my nature to obey;
What Thou abhorrest let me flee,
And only love what pleases Thee.

Author: John Cennick (1718-55)
Tune: Elim
Composer: Henry Baker (1835-1910)

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