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Text:O God of Jacob, by Whose Hand
Author (st. 1-4):Philip Doddridge
Author (st. 5) and Recaster:John Logan
Tune:ST. SAVIOR
Composer:Frederick G. Baker

434. O God of Jacob, by Whose Hand

1 O God of Jacob, by whose hand
Thy people still are fed;
Who thro' this weary pilgrimage
Hast all our Fathers led.

2 Our vows, our prayers, we now present
Before Thy throne of grace;
God of our fathers, be the God
Of their succeeding race.

3 Thro' each perplexing path of life
Our wandering footsteps guide;
Give us each day our daily bread
And raiment fit provide.

4 Oh, spread Thy covering wings around
Till all our wanderings cease
And at our Father's loved abode
Our souls arrive in peace.

5 Now with the humble voice of prayer
Thy mercy we implore;
Then with a grateful voice of praise
Thy goodness we'll adore.

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: O God of Jacob, by whose hand
Title: O God of Jacob, by Whose Hand
Author (st. 5) and Recaster: John Logan (1781)
Author (st. 1-4): Philip Doddridge (1737)
Meter: C.M.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1941
Scripture:
Topic: Sanctification (The Christian Life): Trust
Tune Information
Name: ST. SAVIOR
Composer: Frederick G. Baker (1872)
Meter: C.M.
Key: B♭ Major



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