When you at the footstool of mercy
Are sending to Heaven your plea,
Remember in your intercession
To offer a prayer, too, for me.
Pray for me, pray for me,
Wherever on earth you may be.
For, O it will help in the battle of life
To know you are praying for me.
What tho’ we may part far asunder,
Divided by land and by sea,
I know I’ll have heavenly blessings
If you will keep praying for me.
I ask not a lengthy petition,
But yet when upon bended knee,
’Twill comfort me much on life’s journey
To think you are praying for me.
Until we shall meet over yonder,
Our King and Redeemer to see,
For you, my dear friends, I’ll keep praying,
While you are all praying for me.