This do in remembrance of Me.@Luke 22:19
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John B. Dykes (1823-1876)

Charles Wesley, Hymns and Sacred Poems (Bristol, England: Felix Farley, printer, 1742), pages 28-29.

St. Agnes John B. Dykes, in Hymnal for Use in the English Church, by John Grey, 1866 (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Charles Wesley (1707-1788)

Jesu, at whose supreme command
We thus approach to God,
Before us in Thy vesture stand,
Thy vesture dipped in blood.

Obedient to Thy gracious word
We break the hallowed bread,
Commemorate Thee, our dying Lord,
And trust on Thee to feed.

Now, Savior, now Thyself reveal,
And make Thy nature known,
Affix the sacramental seal,
And stamp us for Thine own.

The tokens of Thy dying love,
O let us all receive,
And feel the quickening Spirit move,
And sensibly believe.

The cup of blessing blest by Thee,
Let it Thy blood impart;
The bread Thy mystic body be,
And cheer each languid heart.

The grace which sure salvation brings
Let us herewith receive;
Satiate the hungry with good things,
The hidden manna give.

The living bread sent down from heaven
In us vouchsafe to be;
The flesh for all the world is given,
And all may live by Thee.

Now, Lord, on us Thy flesh bestow,
And let us drink Thy blood,
Till all our souls are filled below
With all the life of God.