O blessed Saviour sent by God,
His mercy to dispense,
Thy hand is out o’er all the earth,
Like God’s own providence.
There is no grief or care of men
Thou dost not own for Thine,
No broken heart Thou dost not fill
With mercy’s oil and wine.
Thy miracles are works of love;
Thy greatest is to make
Room in a day for toils that weeks
In other men would take.
L. J. Kavanagh and James M. McLaughlin, Crown Hymnal (Boston: Ginn and Company, 1912).