Baptists can write hymns. Here's a third, this time from Charles Spurgeon.
Among us our beloved stands,
and bids us see his nail-pierced hands,
points us to his wounded feet and side,
bless emblems of the crucified.
When at his table sits the Lord,
what generous food adorns his board;
when Jesus comes his guests to meet,
the wine how rich, the bread who see!
If now with eyes earth-bound and dim,
we see the signs, but see not him,
then may his love the veil displace
and help us see him face to face.
C. H. Spurgeon (1834-92), altd. Baptist Praise and Worship, 427 (Oxford, 1991)