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L . G . Hayne . Latin of James Merlo Horst ( ? ) Glad sight ! the holy Church . 221
Francis Pott , from Syriac Alma Mater . Richard Redhead . Glorious things of thee
are spoken 368 John Newton Austria Joseph Haydn . Glory be to Jesus · · · · 369
Heinrich Isaac . O Lord , how joyful ' tis to see . 453 John Chandler , from Lat .
Melcombe . . Samuel Webbe , of Charles Coffin senior . O Lord , it is a blessed
thing | 54 | Bishop Walsham How . Delhi . . . E . F . Rimbault . First Line of Hymn .
... Light unfolding When thine aim is good and true ; All things in unclouded day .
But that He may ever thwart thee , F 7 Glory , honour , exaltation , And convert
thee , Adoration , When thou evil wouldst pursue . Be to the Eternal One ; P 4
2 Day by day provide us food , P 5 When the hours are dark and drear , For from
Thee come all things good : When the tempter lurketh near , Strength unto our
souls afford By Thystrengthening grace outpoured , From Thy living Bread , O
And every moment watch and pray ; 2 The task Thy wisdom hath assigned And
still to things eternal look , O let us cheerfully fulfil ; And hasten to Thy glorious
day . In all our works Thy presence find , 5 For Thee delightfully employ ( given ,
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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