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554. Glory, Love, and Praise, and Honor

1 Glory, love, and praise, and honor
for our food now bestowed
render we the Donor.
Bounteous God, we now confess thee;
God, who thus blessest us,
meet it is to bless thee.

2 Thankful for our every blessing,
let us sing Christ the Spring,
never, never ceasing.
Source of all our gifts and graces,
Christ we own; Christ alone
calls for all our praises.

3 He dispels our sin and sadness,
life imparts, cheers our hearts,
fills with food and gladness.
Who himself for all hath given,
us he feeds, us he leads
to a feast in heaven.

Text Information
First Line: Glory, love, and praise, and honor
Title: Glory, Love, and Praise, and Honor
Author: Charles Wesley (1746)
Publication Date: 1985
Meter: 8.33.6 D
Topic: Prayer Before Meal
Language: English
Tune Information
Composer: Francis Westbrook (1969)
Meter: 8.33.6 D
Key: E Major
Copyright: Used by permission of Oxford University Press

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