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118. The Care the Eagle Gives Her Young

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1 The care the eagle gives her young, safe in her lofty nest,
is like the tender love of God for us made manifest.

2 As when the time to venture comes, she stirs them out to flight,
so we are pressed to boldly try, to strive for daring height.

3 And if we flutter helplessly, as fledgling eagles fall,
beneath us lift God's mighty wings to bear us, one and all.

Text Information
First Line: The care the eagle gives her young
Title: The Care the Eagle Gives Her Young
Author: R. Deane Postlethwaite
Meter: CM
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Scripture:
Topic: The Glory of the Triune God: God's Nature; Adoration and Praise; Courage (2 more...)
Tune Information
Name: CRIMOND
Harmonizer: T. C. L. Pritchard (1929)
Composer: Jesse Seymour Irvine (1872)
Meter: CM
Key: F Major
Copyright: Harm. used by permission of Oxford University Press. From the "Scottish Psalter", 1929



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