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Give we all,
us sweet-ly join, Christ to
Ignaz Josef Pleyel, (1757-1831).
praise in hymns di - vine; pur- er flame re- vive, yes - ter- day, the same,
accord, ry to our common Lord; the martyrs glowed, Dying champions for their God. ery time and place, Full for of truth and grace.
Ante-date the joys above; Cel - e - brate the feast of love.
T. B. WIREBACK, (1843
PRAISE TO GOD, OUR HEAVENLY FATHER.
1. Praise to God our Heavenly Father, Praise to Christ th' e-ter - nal Son, 2. Praise Him for His glad redemption, Praise Him for His love and power, Let our grate-ful hearts a-dore Him Till we reach the heavenly shore;
Praise be to the
Thomas B. Wireback, (1843
Spirit, Great Je - ho vah, three in one. pro- tec-tion Thrown a-round us le lu jah Praise His name for
to this hour.
Praises, praises, ceaseless prais-es, Waft the anthem to the throne
a grand, tri-um-phant cho - rus For the work which He has
THE LORD'S DAY.
SAFELY THROUGH ANOTHER WEEK.
"Sabbath." 7s. 6 lines.
REV. JOHN NEWTON, (1725-1807) 1779.
1. Safe-ly through another week, God has brought us on our way; 2. While we pray for pardoning grace, Through the dear Re-deemer's name, 3. Here we come Thy name to praise, May we feel Thy presence near; 4. May Thy Gospel's joy-ful sound Con-quer sin ners, comfort saints;
a bless-ing seek, Wait-ing in His courts to day, onciled face, Take a way our sin and shame; ry meet our eyes, While we in Thy house ap pear; of grace a bound, Bring relief for all complaints;
the week the best,
Lowell Mason, (1792-1872) 1824.
Day of all the week the best,
Em-blem of eternal rest.
Till we join the Church a-bove. A-men.