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The Lord's Prayer

Hymnal: MoZ1845 #203 (1845) Meter: 8.8.8.8 First Line: Our Father, God, who art in heav'n Lyrics: 1 Our Father, God, who art in heav'n, To thy great name be rev'rence given; Thy peaceful kingdom wide extend, And reign, O Lord, till time shall end. 2 Thy sacred will on earth be done, As 'tis by angels round thy throne; And let us every day be fed, With earthly and with heavenly bread. 3 Our sins forgive, and teach us thus To pardon those who injure us; Our shield in all temptations prove, And every evil far remove. 4 Thine is the kingdom to control, And thine the power to save the soul; Great be the glory of thy reign, Let every creature say, Amen. Languages: English
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The Eden Above

Hymnal: MoZ1845 #94 (1845) Meter: Irregular First Line: We're bound for the land of the pure and the holy Lyrics: 1 We're bound for the land of the pure and the holy, The home of the happy—the kingdom of love; Ye wanderers from God in the broad road of folly, Oh! say, will you go to the Eden above? Will you go? Will you go? Oh, say will you go to the Eden above? 2 In that blessed land neither sighing nor anguish Can breathe in the fields where the glorified rove; Ye heart-burden'd ones who in misery languish, Oh! say, will you go to the Eden above? Will you go? Will you go? Oh, say will you go to the Eden above? 3 Nor fraud, nor deceit, nor the hand of oppression, Can injure the dwellers in that holy grove; No wickedness there—not a shade of transgression, Oh! say, will you go to the Eden above? Will you go? Will you go? Oh, say will you go to the Eden above? 4 No poverty there;—no, the saints are all wealthy,— The heirs of His glory whose nature is love; Nor sickness can reach them—that country is healthy; Oh! say, will you go to the Eden above? Will you go? Will you go? Oh, say will you go to the Eden above? 5 Each saint has a mansion prepared and all furnish'd, Ere from this clay house he is summon'd to move; Its gates and its towers with glory are burnish'd; Oh! say, will you go to the Eden above? Will you go? Will you go? Oh, say will you go to the Eden above? 6 March on, happy pilgrims, that land is before you, And soon its ten thousand delights we shall prove; Yes, soon we shall walk o'er the hills of bright glory, And drink the pure joys of the Eden above. We will go: [we will go:] Oh, yes, we will go to the Eden above. 7 And yet, guilty sinner, we would not forsake thee, We halt yet a moment, as onward we move; Oh! come to thy Lord—in his arms he will take thee, And bear thee along to the Eden above: Will you go? will you go? Oh, say, will you go to the Eden above? 8 Methinks thou art now in thy wretchedness saying, Oh! who can this guilt from my conscience remove? No other but Jesus; then come to him praying, Prepare me, O Lord, for the Eden above; Will you go? Will you go? Oh, say will you go to the Eden above?

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