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500. Creator Spirit, by Whose Aid

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1 Creator Spirit, by whose aid
The world's foundations first were laid,
Come, visit ev'ry humble mind;
Come, pour Your joys on human-kind;
From sin and sorrow set us free;
May we Your living temples be.

2 O Source of uncreated light,
The bearer of God's gracious might,
Thrice holy fount, thrice holy fire,
Our hearts with heav'nly love inspire;
Your sacred, healing message bring
To sanctify us as we sing.

3 Giver of grace, descend from high;
Your sev'nfold gifts to us supply;
Help us eternal truths receive
And practice all that we believe;
Give us Yourself that we may see
The glory of the Trinity.

4 Immortal honor, endless fame
Attend the almighty Father's name;
The Savior-Son be glorified,
Who for all human-kind has died;
To You, O Paraclete, we raise
Unending songs of thanks and praise.

Text Information
First Line: Creator Spirit, by whose aid
Title: Creator Spirit, by Whose Aid
Original Language: Latin
Author (attributed to): Rabanus Maurus, 776-856
Translator: John Dryden, 1631-1700
Meter: 88 88 88
Language: English
Publication Date: 2006
Scripture: ; ; ;
Tune Information
Name: ALL EHR UND LOB
Meter: 88 88 88
Key: G Major
Source: Gesangbuch...Psalmen, Geistliche Lieder, Strassburg, 1541, alt.; The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941 (Setting)



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