OUR GOD WE SEEK YOUR FACE (words by Fred Kaan)

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Our God, we seek your face,
on you we must rely;
your never-measured grace
is ever standing by.

Give us your bread to eat,
sustain and make us whole
and with your wine complete
our joy of mind and soul.

To deep compassion move
the hearts of young and old;
grant on the seed of love
a harvest hundredfold.

New visions bring to birth,
compel us to be one;
stir up your Church on earth
for people to be won.

According to your will,
in Jesus’ name we pray;
our deepest need fulfil,
our need of you today.

Author / Composer Comments

• Author Fred Kaan, from his book The Only Earth We Know (Stainer & Bell / Hope Publishing Co., 1999, page 23): “[This text was] written for Rogation Sunday (the fifth Sunday after Easter) for a united act of worship in the St. Levan Valley Group of Churches in Plymouth [England] of which the Pilgrim Church was a member.”

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