Again We Meet around the Board

Author: Eliza R. Snow
Composer: Varies by tune (see below)


Languages (20)

This song text has been indexed at SingPraises.net in the following languages:

  • Danish: Igen vi står ved Herrens bord
  • Dutch: Om Jezus’ dis zijn wij geschaard
  • English Braille: ⠠⠁⠛⠁⠔ ⠠⠺⠑ ⠠⠍⠑⠑⠞ ⠁⠗⠳⠝⠙ ⠮ ⠠⠃⠕⠁⠗⠙
  • Finnish: Nyt sakramentin äärehen
  • French: Devant la Cène, vois, Jésus
  • French (French Polynesia): Ua Amui Faahou Tatou Nei
  • German: Zum Tisch des Herren kommen wir
  • Hawaiian: Ke Hui Hou Nei Kakou
  • Italian: Di nuovo qui riuniti siam
  • Kekchi: Nokochʼutla saʼ komonil
  • Korean: 하나님께 가는 유일한 길
  • Norwegian: Igjen vi møtes ved ditt bord
  • Portuguese: Já nos unimos outra vez
  • Russian: Мы собрались сегодня вновь
  • Samoan: A Fetagofi Tatou Nei
  • Spanish: Ya nos juntamos otra vez
  • Spanish Braille: ⠠⠽⠁ ⠝⠕⠎ ⠚⠥⠝⠞⠁⠍⠕⠎ ⠕⠞⠗⠁ ⠧⠑⠵
  • Swedish: I Jesu namn vi samlas här
  • Tahitian: Ua Amui Faahou Tatou Nei


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Most common tunes for “Again We Meet around the Board”

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Appearances of “Again We Meet around the Board” over time

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Representative lyrics

English (Original Language)

Again We Meet around the Board

Hymns (1985, 2002), no. 186

1. Again we meet around the board Of Jesus, our redeeming Lord, With faith in his atoning blood, Our only access unto God.

2. He left his Father’s courts on high, With man to live, for man to die, A world to purchase and to save And seal a triumph o’er the grave.

3. Help us, O God, to realize The great atoning sacrifice, The gift of thy beloved Son, The Prince of Life, the Holy One.

4. Oh, bless us, Lord, for Jesus’ sake, That we may worthily partake These emblems of the flesh and blood Of our Redeemer, Savior, God.

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