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... the great aim being to guide the eye as far as possible , a similar principle has
been acted upon in other metres , wherever it seemed likely to facilitate that
object . While acknowledging how greatly his work has been lightened by the
COMPOSER OR SOURCE 588 God of the living , in whose eyes 245 John
Ellerton . . . : Lambeth . . Robert King . God , that madest earth and 22 Bp :
Reginald Heber and Temple . . . E . J . Hopkins . heaven Abp . Richard Whately
God the all ...
... Disperse my sins as morning dew ; ( will , Guard my first springs of thought and
And with Thyself my spirit fill . 3 Let all thy converse be sincere , Thy conscience
as the noon - tide clear ; For God ' s all - seeing eye surveys Thy secret thoughts ...
... the Blessed Son ; Joyless is the day ' s return Glory to the Spirit be ; Till Thy
mercy ' s beams we see : Glory to the Three in One ; Till they inward light impart ,
As it was , is now , shall be , Glad our eyes and warm our heart . Filling all eternity
Whate ' er Thy bounteous grace hath 3 Thee may we set at our right hand , And
run our course with even joy , Whose eyes our inmost substance see , And
closely walk with Thee to heaven . Amen . NICÆA . 11 . 12 . 12 . 10 . Irregular .
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Pg 235 of this book: The hymn melody found there is also used for "I've Found a Friend, O Such a Friend" in England. If you have the Psalms & Hymns book of Reformed Worship, Wakeman Trust Publisher, see hymn #195... his melody within the book "Church Hymns" here at google books (page 235 called "To Thee O Lord Our Hearts We Raise") is the same tune/melody for #195 in the Wakeman Trust Hymn book.
There is some difference in which tunes people use for the song "Ive Found a Friend" in the US, so this info doesn't apply to the US version.
OCLC Number: 9057646