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566. From thee all skill and science flow

1 From thee all skill and science flow,
all pity, care, and love,
all calm and courage, faith and hope:
O pour them from above!
Impart them, Lord, to each and all,
as each and all shall need,
to rise, like incense, each to thee,
in noble thought and deed.

2 And hasten, Lord, that perfect day
when pain and death shall cease,
and thy just rule shall fill the earth
with health and light and peace;
when ever-blue the sky shall gleam,
and ever green the sod,
and our rude work deface no more
the handiwork of God.

Text Information
First Line: From thee all skill and science flow
Author: Charles Kingsley, 1819-1875
Meter: CMD
Language: English
Publication Date: 1985
Tune Information
Name: THE CHURCH'S DESOLATION
Harmonizer: J. T. White, 19th cent.
Adapter: C. H. Cayce, 19th-20th cent.
Meter: CMD
Key: D Major



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