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675. As the Sun Doth Daily Rise

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1. As the sun doth daily rise,
brightening all the morning skies,
so to thee with one accord
lift we up our hearts, O Lord.

2. Day by day provide us food,
for from thee come all things good;
strength unto our souls afford
from thy living bread, O Lord.

3. Be our guard in sin and strife;
be the leader of our life;
lest from thee we stray abroad,
stay our wayward feet, O Lord.

4. Quickened by the Spirit's grace
all thy holy will to trace
while we daily search thy Word,
wisdom true impart, O Lord.

5. Praise we, with the heavenly host,
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost;
thee would we with one accord
praise and magnify, O Lord.

Text Information
First Line: As the sun doth daily rise
Title: As the Sun Doth Daily Rise
Translator: J. Masters
Adapter: Horatio Nelson (1864)
Publication Date: 1989
Meter: 77.77
Topic: Particular Times of Worship: Morning; Adoration and Praise; Gratitude (3 more...)
Source: Latin hymn
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: INNOCENTS
Harmonizer: W. H. Monk (1861)
Meter: 77.77
Key: D Major
Source: The Parish Choir, 1850



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