1 O Lord, our Father, shall we be confounded
Who, though by trials and by woes surrounded,
On Thee alone for help are still relying,
To Thee are crying?
2 Lord, put to shame Thy foes who breathe defiance
And vainly make their might their sole reliance;
In mercy turn to us, the poor and stricken,
Our hope to quicken.
3 Be Thou our Helper and our strong Defender;
Speak to our foes and cause them to surrender.
Yea, long before their plans have been completed,
They are defeated.
4 'Tis vain to trust in man; for Thou, Lord, only
Art the Defense and Comfort of the lonely.
With Thee to lead, the battle shall be glorious
And we victorious.
5 Thou art our Hero, all our foes subduing;
Save Thou Thy little flock they are pursuing.
We seek Thy help; for Jesus' sake be near us.
Great Helper, hear us!
|First Line:||Ah Lord our God let them not be confounded|
|Title:||O Lord, Our Father|
|German Title:||Herr, unser Gott, lass nicht zuschanden werden|
|Notes:||Hymn text, suggested tune HERZLIEBSTER JESU|
|Instances (1 - 2 of 2)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary #213||O Lord, Our Father||O Lord, our Father, shall we be confounded||J. Heermann, 1585-1647; C. Winkworth, 1827-78||11 11 11 5||1996||Church Militant | ; Epiphany 5 ||
|The Cyber Hymnal #5121||O Lord, Our Father, Shall We Be Confounded?||O Lord, our Father, shall we be confounded||HERZLIEBSTER JESU||Johann Heermann; Catherine Winkworth||188.8.131.52|