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197. Gud Faders Navn og Ære

1 Guds Faders Navn og Ære,
hans Huses Herlighed
Skal Jesu Omhu være,
Det er hans Fødsels Meed.

2 Fra alle Jordens Ender
Han dem forsamle skal,
Som Herrens Ære kjender,
Ja et utalligt Tal.

3 Et Tempel har han bygget
Og grundet med sit Blod,
Som Satan ei saar rygget,
Det har saa stærk en Fod.

4 Hver Sjæl, som ham mon savne,
Skal i Guds Kirkes Bo
Ham søge og omfavne,
Og finde Trøst og Ro.

5 Der vil han altid blive
Forklaret i sit Ord
Og Sakramenter give
Af Naadens rige Bord.

6 Der vil han Sjæle løse
Af alle Syndens Baand,
Der vil han Trøst udøse
I hver bekymret Aand.

7 Der, Jesu, vil du findes,
Vel dem, som søge dig.
Af dem skal Kronen vindes
Udi dit Himmerig.

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First Line: Gud Faders Navn og Ære
Language: Norwegian
Publication Date: 1893
Topic: Første Søndag efter Hellig Tre-Kongers Dag: Til Høiemesse; Første Søndag efter Hellig Tre-Kongers Dag: High Mass; Kirken (7 more...)
Notes: Som: O Jesu, for din Pine
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