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On every hand we see;
Lead all our thoughts to thee.
Thine arm our path surround.
And reaches to the skies;
Thy gocdness never dies.
Thy band, O God, we see;
Proceed alone from thee. 99
The Author of every good gift. FATHER, to thee my soul I lift;
; Convinced that every perfect gift
From thee alone descends. 2 Mercy and grace are thine alone,
And power and wisdom too :
We nothing good can do.
Thyself the blessing give. 4 His blood demands the purchased grace:
His blood's availing plen Obtain'd the help for all our race, And sends it down to me.
5 Thou all our works in us hast wrought;
Our good is all divine :
And righteous word, is thine.
The power on thee to call,
Our God is all in all,
By all thy Church below. 2 One undivided Trinity
With triumph we proclaim; Thy universe is full of thee,
And speaks thy glorious name.
8 Thee, boly Father, we confess;
Thee, holy Son, adore;
And worship evermore.
Our beavenly song shall be
In co-eternal Three!
Thy various offices make known.
Thou wilt eternal life reveal.
And all thy glorious goodness show.
One God in persons three;
And homage pay to thee.
Thou dwellest evermore.
Thine eye doth all things see;
La fully known to thee.
4 Thou loy'st wliate'er thy hands have made ;
Thy goodness we rehearse, In slaining characters display'd
Throughout the universe.
To thee the praise design'd;
5th P. M. 4 lines 18.
God the Father, God the Word,
L, M. Co-equal and co-eternal. LESSING and honour, praise and love, In earth below, in heaven above,
Bv all thy works, be paid to thee.
2 Let all who owe to thee their birth,
In praises erery hour employ:
And shout, ye morning stars, for joy.
Unnumber'd worlds attend;
Whom pone can comprehend.
Whom angels dimly see;
And foremost of the Three :
When nature shall expire,
Shall perish by thy fire;
By creatures without end;
And Spirit comprehend. 107
C. M. Drcelling in light which no man can approach. FTERNAL Power, Almighty God,
Who con approach thy throne ! Unfading light is thine abode,
To mortal man unknown. 2 Before the radiance of thine eye,
The heavens no longer shine;
Are but the shade of thine.