Vincent Novello, 1800
Henry W. Baker, 1875
I am not worthy, holy Lord,
l That thou shouldst come to me;
Speak but the word: one gracious word
Can set the sinner free.
I am not worthy; cold and bare
The lodging of my soul;
How canst thou deign to enter there?
Lord, speak, and make me whole.
I am not worthy; yet, my God,
How can I say Thee nay;
Thee, who didst give thy Flesh and Blood
My ransom price to pay?
O come! in this sweet morning hour
Feed me with food divine;
And fill with all thy love and power
This worthless heart of mine.