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THE GOLDEN CHAIN 8.7.8.7.8.8.7

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1 Lord, Thou hast been our dwell-ing-place In every gen - er

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2 Our cleaving sins we oft have wept,
And oft Thy patience provèd;
But still Thy faith we fast have kept,

Thy Name we still have lovèd; And Thou hast kept and loved us well, Hast granted us in Thee to dwell, Unshaken, unremoved.

(See also LUTHER'S HYMN, No. 266)

Sir Joseph Barnby, 1887

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3 No, nothing from those arms of love
Shall Thine own people sever;
Our Helper never will remove,

Our God will fail us never.

Thy people, Lord, have dwelt in Thee,
Our dwelling-place Thou still wilt be
For ever and for ever.

Thomas H. Gill, 1864

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142 ST. MAGNUS C. M.

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1 The Head that once was crowned with thorns Is crowned with glory now;

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The King of kings, and Lord of lords,
And heaven's eternal Light:

A roy - al dia dem a-dorns The might - y Vic- tor's

3 The Joy of all who dwell above,
The Joy of all below

To whom He manifests His love,
And grants His Name to know.

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2 The highest place that heaven affords 4 To them the cross, with all its shame, Is His, is His by right,

With all its grace, is given;
Their name an everlasting name,
Their joy the joy of heaven.

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BELMONT C. M.

6 The cross He bore is life and health,
Though shame and death to Him;
His people's hope, His people's wealth,
Their everlasting theme.

Jeremiah Clark, 1709

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Arr. from William Gardiner, 1812

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10 Jesus, King most wonderful, Thou Con- quer - or re - nowned,

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brow. A-MEN.

5 They suffer with their Lord below,
They reign with Him above;
Their profit and their joy to know
The mystery of His love.

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Thou Sweet-ness most in - ef fable, In whom all joys are found!

Rev. Thomas Kelly, 1820

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