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97b. For the Fruits of This Creation

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1 For the fruits of his creation,
thanks be to God;
for good gifts to every nation,
thanks be to God;
for the plowing, sowing, reaping,
silent growth while we are sleeping,
future needs in earth's safekeeping,
thanks be to God.

2 In the just reward of labor,
God's will be done;
in the help we give our neighbor,
God's will is done;
in our world-wide task of caring
for the hungry and despairing,
in the harvests we are sharing,
God's will is done.

3 For the harvests of the Spirit,
thanks be to God;
for the good we all inherit,
thanks be to God;
for the wonders that astound us,
for the truths that still confound us,
most of all, that love has found us,
thanks be to God.

Text Information
First Line: For the fruits of this creation
Title: For the Fruits of This Creation
Author: Fred Pratt Green (1970)
Meter: 84.84.888.4
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Copyright: Words © 1970 Hope Publishing Co.
Tune Information
Name: AR HYD Y NOS
Harmonizer: Luther Orlando Emerson (1906)
Meter: 84.84.888.4
Key: F Major



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