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88. Maker, in Whom We Live

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1. Maker, in whom we live, in whom we are and move,
the glory, power, and praise receive for thy creating love.
Let all the angel throng give thanks to God on high,
while earth repeats the joyful song and echoes to the sky.

2. Incarnate Deity, let all the ransomed race
render in thanks their lives to thee for thy redeeming grace.
The grace to sinners showed ye heavenly choirs proclaim,
and cry, "Salvation to our God, salvation to the Lamb!"

3. Spirit of Holiness, let all thy saints adore
thy sacred energy, and bless thine heart-renewing power.
Not angel tongues can tell thy love's ecstatic height,
the glorious joy unspeakable, the beatific sight.

4. Eternal, Triune God, let all the hosts above,
let all on earth below record and dwell upon thy love.
When heaven and earth are fled before thy glorious face,
sing all the saints thy love hath made thine everlasting praise.

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First Line: Maker, in whom we live
Title: Maker, in Whom We Live
Author: Charles Wesley (1747)
Publication Date: 1989
Meter: SMD
Topic: The Glory of the Triune God: Praise and Thanksgiving; Adoration and Praise; Christian Year: Trinity Sunday (6 more...)
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: DIADEMATA
Composer: George J. Elvey (1868)
Meter: SMD
Key: E♭ Major



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