II. The Doctirine of the Trinity and the Use of it

1 Father of glory, to thy name
Immortal praise we give,
Who dost an act of grace proclaim,
And bid us, rebels live.

2 Immortal honor to the Son,
Who makes thine anger cease;
Our lives he ransomed with his own,
And died to make our peace.

3 To thy Almighty Spirit be
Immortal glory given;
Whose influence brings us near to thee,
And trains us up for Heaven.

4 Let men, with their united voice,
Adore th' eternal God;
And spread his honors and their joys,
Through nations far abroad.

5 Let faith, and love, and duty join,
One general song to raise;
And saints in earth and Heaven combine
In harmony and praise.

The Hartford Selection of Hymns from the most approved authors, 1799

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First Line: Father of glory, to thy name
Title: The Doctirine of the Trinity and the Use of it
Publication Date: 1799
Meter: C. M.
Topic: Trinity: Doctirne and use
Language: English
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