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Defend us, Lord, from every ill

Author: John HayHymnal: Hymns That Every Child Should Know #d29 (1907)Hymnal Title: Hymns That Every Child Should Know

Defend us, Lord, from every ill

Author: John HayHymnal: The Chapel Service Book #d31 (1920)Hymnal Title: The Chapel Service Book

Defend Us, Lord, from Every Ill

Author: John HayHymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #1277Meter: 8.8.8.8Hymnal Title: The Cyber HymnalLyrics: 1. Defend us, Lord, from every ill; Strengthen our hearts to do Thy will; In all we plan and all we do, Still keep us to Thy service true. 2. O let us hear the inspiring word Which they of old at Horeb heard; Breathe to our hearts the high command, Go onward and possess the land! 3. Thou who are light, shine on each soul! Thou who are truth, each mind control! Open our eyes and make us see The path which leads to Heaven and Thee! 4. The Christian Endeavor World for January 12, 1905, gives a facsimile of Hay’s manuscript, titled Invocation, with this omitted first verse: 5. Lord, from far-severed climes we come To meet at last in Thee, our Home. Thou who hast been our guide and guard Be still our hope, our rich reward.Languages: EnglishTune Title: JOSHUA
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Defend us, Lord, from every ill

Author: John HayHymnal: The Methodist Hymnal #403 (1905)Hymnal Title: The Methodist Hymnal

Defend us, Lord, from every ill

Author: John HayHymnal: Worship and Song #d54 (1913)Hymnal Title: Worship and Song
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Defend Us, Lord, from Every Ill

Author: John HayHymnal: Worship and Song. (Rev. ed.) #192 (1921)Hymnal Title: Worship and Song. (Rev. ed.)Tune Title: CANONBURY




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