Here’s a choice from the ‘God: The Holy Spirit’ section of the hymnbook.
As with a lot of older hymns there are a variety of verse settings and lyric changes around.
The tune ST CUTHBERT seems to be pretty standard, though.
Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed
His tender last farewell,
A Guide, a Comforter bequeathed
With us to dwell.
He came in semblance of a dove
With sheltering wings outspread
Thy holy balm of peace and love
On earth to shed.
He came sweet influence to impart,
A gracious, willing Guest,
While He can find one humble heart
Wherein to rest.
And His that gentle voice we hear,
Soft as the breath of even,
That checks each thought, that calms each fear,
And speaks of heaven.
Here’s a Songs of Praise rendition.