Brethren We Have Met to Worship

Brethren We Have Met to Worship Lyrics

1 Brethren, we have met to worship
And adore the Lord our God;
Will you pray with all your power,
While we try to preach the Word?
All is vain unless the Spirit
Of the Holy One comes down;
Brethren, pray, and holy manna
Will be showered all around.

2 Brethren, see poor sinners round you
Slumb’ring on the brink of woe;
Death is coming, hell is moving,
Can you bear to let them go?
See our fathers and our mothers,
And our children sinking down;
Brethren, pray and holy manna
Will be showered all around.

3 Sisters, will you join and help us?
Moses’ sister aided him;
Will you help the trembling mourners
Who are struggling hard with sin?
Tell them all about the Savior,
Tell them that He will be found;
Sisters, pray, and holy manna
Will be showered all around.

4 Let us love our God supremely,
Let us love each other, too;
Let us love and pray for sinners,
Till our God makes all things new.
Then He’ll call us home to heaven,
At His table we’ll sit down;
Christ will gird Himself, and serve us
With sweet manna all around.

Below are more hymns’ stories and lyrics: –

At Calvary

‘Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus

O Master Let Me Walk with Thee

Farther Along

Faith of Our Fathers Living Still

Brethren We Have Met to Worship Hymn History

Brethren we have met to worship is a hymn that was written by George Askins.

George Askins was an Irish born American itinerant preacher.

He was first appointed as itinerant preacher in 1801 in Baltimore. He later worked in Maryland, Kentucky and Virgia as a preacher.

He died in 1816 in Maryland.

Other hymns he wrote include, “all hail my dear companions”, Holy God, and hast thou sent”, “My loving fellow travelers”, and “We have come to join in worship”.

Brethren We Have Met to Worship Hymn Video

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