This Common Meter hymn is No. 72 (p. 76) in One Hundred and Forty-four Hymns adapted for Sunday Schools and Families, London: G. Morrish, 1860. I have found it set to music, but it could be sung to most any good common meter tune. Ortonville or Evan would certainly be suitable.
Whom tenderest pity drew
To seek such straying sheep as I,
Such wandering lambs as you.
The victim of the grave,
Was stretched upon the bitter cross
And bowed his head to save.
Ascending soon, he rose,
And, high in heaven, now sits enthroned
Triumphant o’er his foes.
He pleads his sufferings past;
And all who rest upon his blood,
Shall dwell with him at last.
Is by the Spirit given:
They join the ransomed flock on earth,
And joy with them in heaven.
And take him for your guide;
And know that he has promised to
Be always by your side.