Words: , 1791.

Music: Be­a­ti­tu­do, , in Hymns An­cient and Mo­dern, 1875. Al­ter­nate tunes:

  • Harington, (1727-1816)
  • Or­ton­ville, , 1837 (repeats last line)
  • Putney Hill, (1846-1910)
  • St. Ber­nard (Ri­chard­son), arranged by John Ri­chard­son (1816-1879)

O Thou, from Whom all goodness flows,
I lift my heart to Thee;
In all my sorrows, conflicts, woes,
Dear Lord, remember me.

When groaning on my burdened heart
My sins lie heavily,
My pardon speak, new peace impart;
In love remember me.

Temptations sore obstruct my way,
And ills I cannot flee:
O give me strength, Lord, as my day;
For good remember me.

Distressed with pain, disease, and grief,
This feeble body see;
Grant patience, rest, and kind relief:
Hear and remember me.

If on my face, for Thy dear Name,
Shame and reproaches be,
All hail reproach, and welcome shame,
If Thou remember me.

The hour is near; consigned to death,
I own the just decree;
“Savior,” with my last parting breath
I’ll cry, “Remember me.”