Immortal honours rest on Jesus’ head

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

Hymn 206 from our hymn book, Psalms & Hymns of Reformed Worship.

IMMORTAL honours rest on Jesus’ head;
My God, my portion, and my living bread;
In Him I live, upon Him cast my care;
He saves from death, destruction and despair.

He is my refuge in each deep distress;
The Lord my strength and glorious righteousness;
Through floods and flames He leads me safely on,
And daily makes His sovereign goodness known.

My every need He richly will supply,
Nor will His mercy ever let me die;
In Him there dwells a treasure all divine,
And matchless grace has made that treasure mine.

O, that my soul could love and praise Him more,
His beauties trace, His majesty adore;
Live near His heart, upon His bosom lean;
Obey His voice, and all His will esteem.

Author: William Gadsby (1773-1844)
Tune: Ellers
Composer: Edward Hopkins (1818-1901)

Buy our Hymn BookBuy our Tune Book


More Reformed hymn singing worship

The Lord Jesus Christ – Praise to the Saviour

› See all hymns