1 Giver of the perfect gift,
only hope of human race,
hear the prayer our hearts uplift
trembling at thy throne of grace.
2 Though the accusing voice within
speaks of many a wrong to thee,
thou canst cleanse from every sin,
thou canst set the conscience free.
3 Who can save us, Lord, but thou?
Let thy mercy show thy power;
lo, we plead thy promise now,
now, in this accepted hour.
4 Oh! may these our Lenten days,
blest by thee, with thee be passed,
that with purer, nobler praise
we may keep thy feast at last.
5 God the holy trinity,
grant the mercy we implore;
God the One, all praise to thee
through the ages evermore.
|First Line:||Giver of the perfect gift|
|Title:||Giver Of The Perfect Gift|
|Translator:||John Ellerton (1891)|
|Meter:||7 7 7 7|
|Topic:||The Christian Year: Lent; Choice, Decision; Christian Year: Lent(12 more...)|
|Source:||Latin, ca. 11th century|
|Three Hymn Settings||O Love, How Deep (Expressive Piano Solos for Holy Week)||HOLY SPIRT, TRUTH DIVINE (Presbyterian Hymnal 138)|
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