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3. God Omniscient

1. God omniscient, God all-wise,
With thy ever-searching eyes,
Look within me, view my heart;
Keep me pure in ev’ry part.

God of love, God of light,
Guide my trusting soul aright;
God of wisdom, God of pow’r,
Be thou with me ev’ry hour.

2. God almighty, God of pow’r,
Be thou near me ev’ry hour;
Grace and glory to me give,
In thy might within me live.

3. God unchanging, God so dear,
God afar, and yet so near,
In thy majesty so fair,
Thou art present ev’rywhere.

4. God of holiness divine,
Let thy glory in me shine;
Like thine image let me be,
Pure as heaven’s crystal sea.

5. God eternal, God most high,
God of truth, who cannot lie,
Round about me cast thy charms,
Underneath me be thine arms.

Text Information
First Line: God omniscient, God all-wise
Title: God Omniscient
Author: D. O. Teasley
Publication Date: 1911
Language: English
Refrain First Line: God of love, God of light
Copyright: Copyright, 1907, by Nellie Le Galley Miller.
Tune Information
Name: [God omniscient, God all-wise]
Composer (melody): Nellie Le Galley Miller
Harmonizer: A. L. B.
Incipit: 12332 321U1 1D653 3212D
Key: E Major
Copyright: Copyright, 1907, by Nellie Le Galley Miller.

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