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(See also Dix, No. 189)

2 Still the greatness of Thy love
Daily doth our sins remove;
Daily, far as east from west,
Lifts the burden from the breast;
Gives unbought to those who pray
Strength to stand in evil day.

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Edward J. Hopkins, 1872

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For Thy mercies, Lord, are sure; Thy com-pas- sion doth en dure.

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4 As the morning light returns,
As the sun with splendor burns,
Teach us still to turn to Thee,
Ever-blessèd Trinity,
With our hands our hearts to raise,
In unfailing prayer and praise.

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3 Let our prayers each morn prevail,
That these gifts may never fail;
And, as we confess the sin
And the tempter's power within,
Every morning, for the strife,
Feed us with the Bread of Life.

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Rev. Greville Phillimore, 1863: verse 1, lines 1, 2, alt.

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4 In vain to labor, unless Thou be with him,
Man goeth forth through all the weary day;
In vain his strife, in vain his toil unceasing,
Unless Thy staff bring comfort on his way.

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(See also CROFTON, No. 676)

2 To Thee, whose word, the fount of light unsealing,
When hill and dale in thickest darkness lay,
Awoke bright rays across the dim earth stealing,

And bade the even and morn complete the day.

3 Look from the tower of heaven, and send to cheer us
Thy light and truth, to guide us onward still;
Still let Thy mercy, as of old, be near us,
And lead us safely to Thy holy hill.

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-5 Thou, who hast made the north and south, watch o'er us;
Thou, in whose Name the lonely ones rejoice,
Still let Thy cloudy pillar glide before us,

Still let us listen for Thy warning voice.

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6 So, when that morn of endless light is waking,
And shades of evil from its splendors flee,
Safe may we rise, the earth's dark breast forsaking,
Through all the long bright day to dwell with Thee.
Anon. in Hedge and Huntington's "Hymns," etc., 1853

3 SOUTHWELL C. M.

1 Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear My voice as-cend-ing high;

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To Thee will I direct my prayer, To Thee lift up mine eye: A MEN.

2 Up to the hills, where Christ is gone To plead for all His saints,

• Presenting at His Father's throne Our songs and our complaints.

3 Thou art a God before whose sight
The wicked shall not stand;
Sinners shall ne'er be Thy delight,
Nor dwell at Thy right hand.

WARWICK C. M.

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4 But to Thy house will I resort,
To taste Thy mercies there;
I will frequent Thy holy court,
And worship in Thy fear.

Herbert S. Irons, 1861

5 O may Thy Spirit guide my feet
In ways of righteousness;
Make every path of duty straight
And plain before my face.

Psalm v. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719
Samuel Stanley, 1800

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5 All praise to Thee, who safe hast kept,
And hast refreshed me whilst I slept:
Grant, Lord, when I from death shall wake,
I may of endless light partake.

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That all my powers, with all their might,
In Thy sole glory may unite.

7 Praise God from whom all blessings flow;
Praise Him, all creatures here below;
Praise Him above, ye heavenly host:
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
Bishop Thomas Ken, 1692 (Text of 1709)

Samuel Webbe, 1782

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Through sleep and darkness safe-ly brought, Re-stored to life and power and thought. A-MEN.

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