Let them…that love Thy name be joyful in Thee.@Psalm 5:11
William H. Havergal (1793-1870)

James G. Deck, 1842, alt.

Stobel from J. D. Müller’s Choral Buch, 1754; arranged by William H. Havergal, 1860 (🔊 pdf nwc).

James G. Deck (1802-1884)

Jesus, Thy name I love
All other names above,
Jesus, my Lord:
O Thou art all to me;
Nothing to please I see,
Nothing apart from Thee,
Jesus, my Lord.

Thou, blessèd Son of God,
Hast bought me with Thy blood,
Jesus, my Lord:
O how great is Thy love,
All other loves above,
Love that I daily prove,
Jesus, my Lord.

When unto Thee I flee,
Thou wilt my Refuge be,
Jesus, my Lord:
What need I now to fear,
What earthly grief or care,
Since Thou art ever near?
Jesus, my Lord.

Soon Thou wilt come again;
I shall be happy then,
Jesus my Lord:
Then Thine own face I’ll see,
Then I shall like Thee be,
Then ever more with Thee,
Jesus, my Lord.