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GLORY be to God on | high :// and on earth | peace, good- I will toward | men.
thanks to Thee for | Thy great | glory.
O Lord God, heavenly | King : || God the | Fa-ther | Al | mighty.
| Son – of the Father,
That takest away the | sin of^the world : || have mercy up- on | us.
- us. Thou that takest away the , sin of^the | world : || re- | ceive our prayer. Thou that sittest at the right hand of God the Father:// have mercy up-Ion - us.
For Thou only art - | Holy : || Thou on-ly | art the Lord.
God the Father. || A | MEN.
1. We praise | Thee, O God; || We acknowledge | Thee to be the Lord. 2. All the earth doth / worship | Thee, || the Father | ever- | lasting. 3. To Thee all angels cry a-| loud : || the heavens and all the | powers there-| in. 4. To Thee Cherubim and Seraphim || continual- | ly do | cry, , 5. Holy, holy, holy Lord God of Sabaoth. || Heaven and earth are full of the
majesty | of Thy | glory. 6. The glorious company of the apostles / praise— | Thee : || the goodly fellow
ship of the prophets | praise- | Thee: 7. The noble army of martyrs / praise- | Thee: || the holy Church throughout
all the world | doth ac- | knowledge | Thee, 8. The | Fa- | ther, || of an | infinite | Majes- | ty ; 9. Thine adorable, true, and / only | Son: || Also, the Holy | Ghost, the |
Comforter. 10. Thou art the King of Glory, 10– Christ: || Thou art the everlasting | Son
| of the Father. 11. When Thou tookest upon Thee to de- | liver | man, || Thou didst humble
Thyself to be born-- of a virgin. 12. When Thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death, || Thou didst open the
kingdom of heaven to all believers. 13. Thou sittest at the right | hand of God, || in the glory of the Father. 14. We believe that Thou shalt come to l be our | Judge: || we therefore pray
Thee, help Thy servants, whom Thou hast redeemed with Thy precious
| blood. 15. Make them to be numbered | with Thy | saints, || in | glory | ever- | lasting. 16. O Lord, I save Thy | people, ll and | bless— | Thy- | heritage. 17. Gov- ern- | them, || and | lift them | up for- | ever. 18. Day by day we | magnify | Thee: || And we worship Thy name ever, | world
with-out- end. 19. Vouch-safe, O Lord, || to keep us this day with out- | sin. 20. O Lord, have mercy up- | on us, || have | mer - 1 cy up- | on us. 21. O Lord, let Thy mercy | be up- on us, || as our | trust is | in- i Thee. 22. O Lord, in Thee | bave I trusted : || let me | never | be con- | founded.
1 The strain upraise of joy and praise, Alle- | lu-ia !
Alle- | luia ! || Alle- | luia ! 2 And the choirs that dwell on high,
Shall re-echo | through the sky, || Alle- | luia ! || Alle- | luia ! 3 They in the rest of | Paradise who dwell,
The blessed ones with joy the chorus swell, || Alle- | luia ! || Alle- | luia ! 4 The planets glitt'ring on their heavenly way,
The shining constellations, I join and say, || Alle- | luia ! || Alle | luia ! 5 Ye clouds that onward sweep, ye winds on pinions light, Ye thunders, echoing loud and deep, ye lightnings, wildly bright,
|| In sweet con- sent unite || Your Alle- | luia ! 6 Ye floods and ocean billows, ye storms and | winter snow, Ye days of cloudless beauty, hoar frost, and summer glow,
|| Ye groves that wave in spring, and glorious | forests sing, || Alle- | luia ! First let the birds with painted | plumage gay,
Exalt their great Creator's | praise and say, || Alle- | luia ! || Alle- | luia ! 8 Then let the beasts of earth, with varying strain,
Join in creation's hymn and cry again, ll Alle- | luia ! || Alle- | luia ! 9 Here let the mountains thunder forth so- | norous, || Alle- | luia !
There let the valleys sing in gentler | chorus, || Alle- | luia ! 10 Thou jubilant abyss of ocean cry, || Alle- | luia !
Ye tracts of earth, and conti- | nents, reply || Alle- | luia ! 11 To God, who all cre- | ation made,
The frequent hymn be duly paid : || Alle- | luia ! || Alle | luia! 12 This is the strain, the eternal strain, the Lord Al- | mighty loves : | Alle | luia! This is the song, the heavenly song, that Christ, the King approves :
|| Alle- | luia ! 13 Wherefore we sing, both heart and voice a- | waking, || Alle | luia !
And children's voices echo, answer | making, || Alle- | luia ! 14 Now from all men-be outpoured || Alle- luia-to the Lord;
With Alleluia,—ever more || The Son and Spiritwe adore. 15 Praise be done to the-- Three in One. || Alle | luia!
Alle- | luia ! || Alle- | luia ! Amen.
Thy saints, who here Thy good-ness see, Thro' all the world do
2 To Thee aloud all angels cry,
4 From day to day, O Lord, do we The heavens and all the powers on high: Highly exalt and honor Thee ! Thee, holy, holy, holy King,
Thy Name we worship and adore, Lord God of hosts, they ever sing. World without end, for evermore ! 3 The apostles join the glorious throng; 5 Vouchsafe, O Lord, we humbly pray, The prophets swell the immortal song; To keep us safe from sin this day ; The martyrs' noble army raise
Have mercy, Lord ! we trust in Thee; Eternal anthems to Thy praise.
Oh, let us ne'er confounded be!
Moravian Col. 1754. To
Thomas Cotterell, 1810, a. 5
DUKE STREET. L. M.
2 O God, my heart is fixed; 't is bent
3 Thy praises, Lord, I will resound
Tate and Brady, 1096.
ONIDO. 78, D.
3 1. God e-ter-nal, Lord of all! Lowly at Thy feet we fall: All the world doth worship Thee;
We a-midst the throng would be,
All the ho-ly an-gels cry, Hail, thrice ho-ly,
LOWELL MASON, arr.
God most high! Lord of all the heavenly pow'rs, Be the same loud anthem ours.
Sovereign Father, Heavenly King !
2 Glorified apostles raise,
J. E. Miilard, tr.
2 Hail, by all Thy works adored !
3 Jesus ! in Thy name we pray,