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Send, O God, a gentle shower

Author: A. Crull; Mauritius Kramer Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn Book with Tunes #d392 (1912) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn Book with Tunes
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Send, O God, a gentle shower

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book #121 (1893) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book Lyrics: 1 SEND, O God, a gentle shower, For my heart is dry as sand; Father, bathe Thy drooping flower, Water Thou Thy thirsty land; Let Thy Holy Spirit's boon O'er me from Thy heavenly throne Like abundant streams be flowing Blessings on my heart bestowing 2 By a human father, even Though he is by sin defiled, Only good gifts will be given Unto a beloved child; How much more dost Thou the same For "Good Father" is Thy name! Thou wilt send to me Thy Spirit, Thy good gifts I shall inherit. 3 Jesus, who for my salvation To the Father didst ascend, Hear my earnest supplication, Unto me Thy Spirit send; Let the Comforter for aye Bide with me, my Strength and Stay, That in faith I may not waver, Steadfast in the truth forever. 4 Holy Ghost, Strength of the simple, O make Thine abode with me, Let me ever be Thy temple; Cheerfully I welcome Thee. Do Thou purify my heart, Cast out all things that might part Me from those sweet joys of heaven Which by Thee to faith are given. 5 With Thy gifts my heart endowing, Make it new and clean and fair; Let it in true love be glowing, Living in Thy grade fore'er; Give me courage bold and good, Sanctify my flesh and blood, Let me, trusting in Christ's merit, Worship God in truth and spirit. 6 Thus myself I will deliver, Lord, to Thee; my soul shall strive Only after heaven forever, Until there I shall arrive Where the Father, and the Son, And Thyself in heaven's high throne, I shall praise and all Thy treasures In angelic, heavenly measures. Topics: Pentecost
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Send, O God, a gentle shower

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book #248 (1918) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book Lyrics: 1 SEND, O God, a gentle shower, For my heart is dry as sand; Father, bathe Thy drooping flower, Water Thou Thy thirsty land; Let Thy Holy Spirit's boon O'er me from Thy heavenly throne Like abundant streams be flowing, Blessings on my heart bestowing. 2 By a human father, even Though he is by sin defiled, Only good gifts will be given Unto a beloved child; How much more dost Thou the same, For "Good Father" is Thy name! Thou wilt send to me Thy Spirit, Thy good gifts I shall inherit. 3 Jesus, who for my salvation To the Father didst ascend, Hear my earnest supplication, Unto me Thy Spirit send: Let the Comforter for aye Bide with me, my strength and stay, That in faith I may not waver, Steadfast in the truth forever. 4 Holy Ghost, Strength of the simple, O make Thine abode with me, Let me ever be Thy temple; Cheerfully I welcome Thee. Do Thou purify my heart, Cast out all things that might part Me from those sweet joys of heaven Which by Thee to faith are given. 5 With Thy gifts my heart endowing, Make it new and clean and fair; Let it in true love be glowing, Living in Thy grace fore'er; Give me courage bold and good, Sanctify my flesh and blood, Let me, trusting in Christ's merit, Worship God in truth and spirit. 6 Thus myself I will deliver, Lord, to Thee; my soul shall strive Only after heaven forever, Until there I shall arrive Where the Father, and the Son, And Thyself in heaven's high throne, I shall praise and all Thy treasures In angelic, heavenly measures. Topics: Pentecost

A Gentle Shower

Author: A. Crull; Mauritius Kramer Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnbook (Lutheran Conference of Missouri and Other States) #d294 (1889) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnbook (Lutheran Conference of Missouri and Other States) First Line: Send, O God, a gentle shower

Send, O God, a gentle shower

Author: A. Crull; Mauritius Kramer Hymnal: The Selah Song Book (Das Sela Gesangbuch) #d655 (1922) Hymnal Title: The Selah Song Book (Das Sela Gesangbuch)

A Gentle Shower

Author: A. Crull; Mauritius Kramer Hymnal: The Selah Song Book. Word ed. #d330 (1932) Hymnal Title: The Selah Song Book. Word ed. First Line: Send, O God, a gentle shower

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