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TRINITY.
HOLY, HOLY, HOLYI LORD GOD ALMIGHTY.

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« Nicæa." P. M. BP. REGINALD HEBER, (1783—1826) pb. 1827.

Rev. John Bacchus Dykes, (1823-1876) 1861.

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FATHER, SON, AND SPIRIT, HEAR.

“ Blumenthal.” 7s. D. REV. CHARLES WESLEY, (1708—1788)

Jacques Blumenthal, (1829–

) 1847.

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1. Fa-ther, Son, and Spir-it, hear Faith's ef. fec - tual fer - vent prayer; 2. Build us in one bod - y up, Called in one high call - ing's hope; 3. One with God, the source of bliss, Ground of our com- mun -ion this;

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swer feel. One the Spir - it, whom we claim; One the pure bap · tis - mal flame; Life of all that live be - low, Let Thine em a na- tions flow!

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Still our fel-low - ship increase; Knit us in the bond of peace;
One the faith, and common Lord; One the Fa - ther lives a - dored,
Rise o - ter - nal in our heart; Thou our long-sought E- den art.

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Join our new-born spirits, join Each to each, and all to Thine.
Over, through, and in us all, God in -com-pre- hen - si-ble.
Fa-ther, Son, and Ho-ly Ghost, Be to us what A-dam lost! A-men.

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HOLY FATHER! WE ADDRESS THEE.

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“Gounod.” 8. 7. 8. 7. 7. 7. MRS. MARY BOWLEY PETERS, (1813–1856) 1847.

Charles Francois Gounod, (1818–1893)

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Ho - ly Spir - it, aid our songs, This glad work to Thee be - longs.
Ho - ly Spir - it, still re - veal How those stripes a - lone can heal.
In Je-ho - vah is our boast, Fa - ther, Son, and Ho - ly Ghost!

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SHOUT, FOR THE BLESSED JESUS REIGNS.

L. M. REV. BENJ. BEDDOME, (1717–1795) 1 Shout, for the blessed Jesus reigns, And unconstrained their homage pay Through distant lands His triumph To their exalted God and King.

spread, And sinners, freed from endless pains, 4 O may His holy Church increase, Own Him their Saviour and their His Word and Spirit still prevail, Head.

While angels celebrate His praise, 2 He calls His chosen from afar,

And saints His growing glories They all at Zion's gates arrive;

hail! Those who were dead in sin before, 5 Loud hallelujahs to the Lamb, By sovereign grace are made alive.

From all below, and all above! 3 Gentiles and Jews His laws obey, In lofty songs exalt His name,

Nations remote their offerings bring, In songs as lasting as His love.

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ROUND THE LORD IN GLORY SEATED.

“Laudate Dominum." 8s. & 7s. D. Rt. REV. RICHARD MANT, D. D. (1776–1848) 1837.

Edwin A. Bedell, (1854—

) 1887.

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1. Round the Lord in glo - ry seat - ed Cher-u - bim and ser a-phim 2. Heaven is still with glo - ry ring-ing;

Earth takes up the an - gels' cry, 3. “Lord, Thy glo-ry fills the heav-en, Earth is with its ful - ness stored;

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Filled His temple, and re - peat-ed Each to each th'al - ter-nate hymn.
“Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho-ly,” singing, “Lord of Hosts, the Lord most high.”
Un- to Thee be glo - ry giv - en, Ho · ly, ho - ly, ho - ly Lord!”

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“Lord, Thy glo - ry fills the heav-en, Earth is with its ful - ness stored; With His ser-aph train be-fore Him, With His ho - ly Church be - low, Thus Thy glorious name confessing. We a-dopt the an - gels' cry,

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Un - to Thee be glo - ry giv-en, Ho-ly, ho - ly, ho - ly Lord!”
Thus conspire we to a-dore Him, Bid we thus our anthem flow.
“Ho - ly, ho-ly, holy,” blessing Thee The Lord of Hosts most high. A-men.

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