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370. Trimphant Lord, Thy work is done

1 Triumphant Lord, Thy work is done,
Thy toil is o'er, Thy victory won:
Oh, aid Thy servants in the strife,
Help us to win the crown of life!

2 Presenting Thine own sacrifice,
Our prayers like incense round Thee rise;
For "Thou art Priest forever," Thou
Art interceding for us now.

3 Oh, by Thy spotless wondrous birth,
And by Thy bitter death on earth,
And by Thy rising from the grave,
Ascended Lord, Thy people save!

4 "Thou art the King of glory," Thine
All honor, praise, and power divine;
One with the Father now confest,
And with the Spirit ever blest.

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: Triumphant Lord, Thy work is done
Title: Trimphant Lord, Thy work is done
Author: Rev. Wm. J. Irons (1861)
Meter: L. M.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1894
Topic: Ascensiontide; General; Adoration (1 more...)
Notes: Tune name in index: STEWART
Tune Information
Name: [Triumphant Lord, Thy work is done]
Meter: L. M.
Key: G Major



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