Christ that died…is even at the right hand of God…[and] maketh intercession for us.@Romans 8:34

William H. H. Jervois & William B. Trevelyan, in The English Hymnal (London: Oxford University Press, 1906), number 308. The hymn was first published, with a refrain, in Additional Hymns, by C. W. A. Brooke, 1903.

Adoro Te (Van Damme) as given by Canon Van Damme of Ghent (🔊 pdf nwc).

Father, see Thy children bending at Thy throne,
Pleading here the Passion of Thine only Son,
Pleading here before Thee all His dying love,
As He pleads it ever in the courts above.

Not for our wants only we this Offering plead,
But for all Thy children, who Thy mercy need;
Bless Thy faithful people, win Thy wandering sheep,
Keep the souls departed who in Jesus sleep.