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504a. O King enthroned on high

1 O King enthroned on high,
thou Comforter divine,
blest Spirit of all truth, be nigh
and make us thine.

2 Thou art the source of life,
thou art our treasure-store;
give us thy peace, and end our strife
for evermore.

3 Descend, O heav'nly Dove,
abide with us alway;
and in the fullness of thy love
cleanse us, we pray.

Text Information
First Line: O King enthroned on high
Title: O King enthroned on high
Original Language: Greek
Translator: John Brownlie, 1857-1925
Meter: 66 84
Language: English
Publication Date: 2000
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Pentecost; Year A: Baptism of Christ; Year A: Epiphany 2 (5 more...)
Source: Greek hymn (8th century)
Tune Information
Name: TEMPLE
Composer: Henry Walford Davies, 1869=1941
Meter: 66 84
Key: D Major
Copyright: © Oxford University Press



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