Where two or three are gathered together in My name, there am I in the midst of them.@Matthew 18:20
Garrett C. Wellesley (1735–1781)
Earl of Mornington

Charles Wesley, Hymns and Sacred Poems 1749.

Mornington, arranged from Change in E, Garrett C. Wellesley, circa 1760; arranged in Miller’s David’s Harp, 1805 (🔊 pdf nwc).

Charles Wesley (1707–1788)

Jesus, we look to Thee,
Thy promised presence claim;
Thou in the midst of us shall be,
Assembled in Thy name.

Thy name salvation is,
Which here we come to prove;
Thy name is life, and health, and peace,
And everlasting love.

Not in the name of pride
Or selfishness we meet;
From nature’s paths we turn aside,
And worldly thoughts forget.

We meet, the grace to take
Which Thou hast freely giv’n;
We meet on earth for Thy dear sake
That we may meet in Heav’n.

Present we know Thou art;
But, O, Thyself reveal!
Now, Lord, let ev’ry waiting heart
The mighty comfort feel.

O may Thy quickening voice
The death of sin remove;
And bid our inmost souls rejoice,
In hope of perfect love.