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J. A. P. SCHULZ.
The winds and waves obey him,
By him the birds are fed ; Much more to us, his children,
He gives our daily bread.- REF. 3 We thank thee then, O Father,
For all things bright and good, The seed-time and the harvest,
Our life, our health, our food. No gifts have we to offer
For all thy love imparts, But that which thou desirest, Our humble, thankful hearts. — REF.
Jane M. Campbell, tr.
H. W. GREATOREX.
the Son, and to
the Ho • ly Ghost:
DRESDEN. P. M.
We plough the fields, and scatter The good seed on the land, But it is fed and wa-tered By God's al-mighty hand;
He sends the snow in win - ter, The warmth to swell the grain, The breezes, and the sunshine, And soft re-freshing rain.
All good gifts a-round us
Are sent from heav'n a-bove, then thank the Lord, O thank the Lord, For all.... his love.
1211 Marbest Thanksgiving.
The good seed on the land,
By God's almighty hand; He sends the snow in winter,
The warmth to swell the grain, The breezes, and the sunshine,
And soft refreshing rain.- REF. 2 He only is the Maker
Of all things near and far; He paints the wayside flower,
He lights the evening star;
GLORIA PATRI. Irr.
Glo • ry be
to the Fa - ther, and to
was in the be-ginning, is now, and ev-er shall be, world without end:
VISIO DOMINI. 119, 10s.
J. B. DYKES.
2 Grant to life's day a calm unclouded O Holy Father, who hast led thy children
ending, In all the ages, with the fire and cloud,
An eve untouched by shadows of decay, Through seas dry-shod; through weary
The brightness of a holy deathbed blending wastes bewildering;
With dawning glories of the eternal day.
John Ellerton. To thee, in reverent love, our hearts are bowed.
1215 Guilds and Societies. 2 O Holy Jesus, Prince of Peace and Saviour,
O Son of God, our Captain of salvation, To thee we owe the peace that still pre
Thyself by suffering schooled to human vails,
grief, Stilling the rude wills of men's wild behavior, We bless thee for thy sons of consolation, And calming passion's fierce and stormy
Who follow in the steps of thee their
Chief. gales. 3 0 Holy Ghost, the Lord and the Life- 2 Those whom thy Spirit's dread vocation Giver,
[host; Thine is the quickening power that
To lead the vanguard of thy conquering gives increase.
Whose toilsome years are spent in brave
endeavors From thee have flowed, as from a pleasant river,
To bear thy saving name from coast to
coast. Our plenty, wealth, prosperity, and peace. 4 0 Triune God, with heart and voice a. 3 And all true helpers, patient, kind, and
Who shed thy light across our darkened Praise we the goodness that has crowned our day;
Counsel the doubting, and restrain the [ploring
wilful, Pray we, that thou wilt hear us, still im
Soothe the sick bed, and share the chil. Thy love and favor, kept to us alway.
dren's mirth. 1214
4 Thus, Lord, thy comforters in memory Evening Praper.
keeping, OSTRENGTH and Stay upholding all creation,
Still be thy church's watchword, “ComWho ever dost thyself unmoved abide,
[weeping, Yet day by day the light in due gradation till in our Father's house shall end our From hour to hour through all its
And all our wants be satisfied in thee. changes guide:
Williain Crosswell Doane.
MENDON. L. M.
O God, beneath thy guiding hand,
And when they trod the wintry strand,
With prayer and psalm they worshiped thee.
1216 National Pribileges.
The fierce and naked savage roams : O GOD, beneath thy guiding hand,
Sweet praise, along the cultured shore, Our exiled fathers crossed the sea,
Breaks from ten thousand happy homes. And when they trod the wintry strand, With prayer and psalm they worshiped 4 Laws, freedom, truth, and faith in God thee.
Came with those exiles o'er the waves, 2 Thou heardst, well pleased, the song,
And where their pilgrim feet have trod,
The God they trusted guards their graves. the prayer — Thy blessing came; and still its power 5 And here thy name, O God of love, Shall onward through all ages bear
Their children's children shall adore, The memory of that holy hour.
Till these eternal hills remove, 3 What change! through pathless wilds And spring adorns the earth no more.
Psalm 95. 1 Oh, come, let us sing un- | to the | Lord ; || Let us heartily rejoice in the strength
of our sal- | vation. 2 Let us come before his presence with thanks- I giving; || And show ourselves glad
in him with psalms. 3 For the Lord is a great- | God; || And a great | King a- | bove all | gods. 4. In his hands are all the corners of the earth ; || and the strength of the hills is
his — | also. 5 The sea is his / and he | made it ; || And his hands pre- | pared — | the dry | land. 6 Oh, come, let us worship I and fall | down ; || And kneel be- | fore the Lord our |
Maker. 7 For he is the Lord our | God; || And we are the people of his pasture, and the
sheep of his — | hand. 8 Oh, worship the Lord in the beauty" of holiness ; || Let the whole / earth stand
in | awe of him. *9 For he cometh, for he cometh to judge the earth; || And with righteousness to
judge the world, and the people with his truth. 10 Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, || And to the Holy | Ghost ; 11 As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ever • shall | be, || World without I end.
A- | men, A- | men.
The Ancient "Te Deum." 1 We praise thee, 10-| God; || we acknowledge thee to be the Lord. || All the earth doth | worship | thee, || the Father | ever- | last-— | ing. || 2 To thee all angels | cry a- I loud, || the heavens, and all the powers there- | in. || To thee cherubim and seraphim, continually do I cry, || Holy, holy, holy, Lord
God of Sabà - oth; || 3 Heaven and earth are full of the majesty | of thy | glory. || The glorious company
of the apostles praise thee. The goodly fellowship of the prophets praise thee. || The noble army of martyrs | praise — | thee. || The holy church throughout all the world doth ac
| knowledge thee. || 4 The Father, of an | infi-. . nite | majesty; || thine adorable, I true and only | Son; || Also the Holy Ghost, the Comforter. || Thou art the King of glory, O Christ, thou
art the everlasting | Son of the Fa-- | ther. || 5 When thou tookest upon thee to de- | liver / man, || thou didst humble thyself to be |
born of a virgin. || When thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death, Is thou didst open the kingdom
of heaven • • to all be- | lievers. || 6 Thou sittest at the right hand of God, in the glory •• of the Father. || We believe
that thou shalt | come to be our judge. || We therefore pray thee, I help thy | servants, || whom thou hast redeemed | with thy |
precious | blood. 11 7 Make them to be numbered with thy | saints, || in I glory | ever- | lasting. || O Lord, save thy people, and bless thine heritage; Il govern them and lift them
up for- | ever. || 8 Day by day we magni... fy 1 thee; || and we worship thy name ever, / world with-|
out-end. 11 Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us this day with-out | sin; || O Lord, have mercy upon us,
have mer-cy up-lon-us. || 9 O Lord, let thy mercy | be up- | on us, || as our / trust - | is in thee. || O Lord, in thee.. have I | trusted; 1. let me I never | be con- - I founded. || A- men. !1
1 GLORY be to God on | high, || and on earth | peace, good- | will .. towards | men. 2 We praise thee, we bless thee, we | worship | thee, || we glorify thee, we give thanks to thee for thy great glory.
3 O Lord God, heavenly | King, || God the Father | Al-- | mighty ! 4 O Lord, the only begotten Son, Jesus Christ; || O Lord God, Lamb of God, Son of the Father,
5 That takest away the | sins of the world, || have mercy | upon | us. 6 Thou that takest away the | sins of the world, || have mercy | upon | us. 7 Thou that takest away the sins of the world, || re- | ceive our | prayer. 8 Thou that sittest at the right hand of God the Father, || have mercy | upon | us.
Beturn to Part I. 9 For thou I only art | holy: || thou | only | art the Lord : 10 Thou only, 0 Christ, with the Holy Ghost, || art most high in the glory of God
the Father. || A- | men. 1220
RESPONSE TO THE DECALOGUE. 18t time.
Lord, have mer.cy up - on
us, and write all these thy laws in our hearts, we be - seech thee.