Words: , 1777; ap­peared in the Ju­ly 1779 is­sue of Gos­pel Mag­a­zine.

Music: Monk­land, , in A Col­lect­ion of Hymn Tunes chief­ly com­posed for pri­vate amuse­ment by John Antes, cir­ca 1790; ar­ranged by in Hymns An­cient and Mo­dern, 1861.

God with us! O glorious Name!
Let it shine in endless fame:
God and man in Christ unite;
O mysterious depth and height!

God with us! the eternal Son
Took our soul, our flesh, and bone;
Now, ye saints, His grace admire,
Swell the song with holy fire.

God with us! but tainted not
With the first transgressor’s blot;
Yet did He our sins sustain,
Bear the guilt, the curse, the pain.

God with us! O wondrous grace!
Let us see Him face to face;
That we may Immanuel sing,
As we ought, our God and King!