I am not worthy that Thou shouldest enter under my roof.@Luke 7:6
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Samuel S. Wesley (1810–1876)

Charles Wesley, 1745.

Willingham (Wesley) Samuel S. Wesley, European Psalmist 1872 (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Charles Wesley (1707–1788)

Savior, and can it be
That Thou shouldst dwell with me?
From Thy high and lofty throne,
Throne of everlasting bliss,
Will Thy majesty stoop down
To so mean a house as this?

I am not worthy, Lord,
So foul, so self-abhorred,
Thee, my God, to entertain
In this poor polluted heart:
I am a frail sinful man!
All my nature cries, Depart!

Yet come, Thou heav’nly guest,
And purify my breast;
Come, Thou great and glorious King,
While before Thy cross I bow;
With Thyself salvation bring,
Cleanse the house by entering now.