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186. O Gracious Hand That Freely Gives

1 O gracious Hand that freely gives
The fruit of earth our toil to bless!
O Love, by which the sinner lives,
O let our tongue that love confess!

2 Our God for all our need provides;
His sun alike o'er all doth shine;
From none His glorious beams He hides;
So rich, so free, His love divine.

3 Again this love our garners fills;
This love again let all adore;
The cry of want this bounty stills,
Who biddeth all His Name implore.

4 O may our lives through grace abound,
In holy fruits, and Thee proclaim!
Let all Thy courts with praises sound
Thy gracious hand, Thy wondrous Name.

5 Lord, when Thou shalt descend from heaven,
Thy ransomed harvest here to reap,
May in that day Thy joy be given
To those who now go forth and weep.

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: O gracious Hand that freely gives
Title: O Gracious Hand That Freely Gives
Author: Arthur Tozer Russell (1851)
Meter: L. M.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1937
Scripture: ;
Topic: Church Year: Trinity Season; Trinity, Seventh Sunday; Trinity, Fifteenth Sunday (4 more...)
Tune Information
Name: WENN WIR IN HÖCHSTEN NÖTHEN SEIN
Meter: L. M.
Key: G Major
Source: Genevan French Psalter, 1542



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