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All Praise to You, O Lord

Representative Text

1 All praise to you, O Lord,
who by your mighty pow'r
did manifest your glory forth
in Cana's marriage hour.

2 You speak, and it is done;
obedient to your word,
the water redd'ning into wine
proclaims the present Lord.

3 O, may this grace be ours:
in you always to live
and drink of those refreshing streams
which you alone can give.

4 So, led from strength to strength,
grant us, O Lord, to see
the marriage supper of the Lamb,
the great epiphany.

Source: Moravian Book of Worship #312

Author: Hyde W. Beadon

Beadon, Hyde Wyndham, M.A., born in 1812, and educated at Eton and at St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1835, M.A., 1839. Taking Holy Orders in 1836, he became, in 1837, Vicar of Haselbury Plucknett, near Crewkerne, and, in 1838, Vicar of Latton, Wilts. He is also Hon. Canon of Bristol, and Rural Dean. His hymns were published in The Parish Hymn Book , 1863 and 1875, of which he was co-editor with the Rev. G. Phillimore, and Bp. Woodford. To that collection, in 1863, he contributed the following hymns:— 1. Fierce was the storm of wind. Epiphany. 2. Glory to thee, 0 Lord, Who by, &c. Epiphany. This is usually given as, "All praise to Thee, 0 Lord, Who by," &c, and is found in several hymnals. 3. 0 God, Thy soldiers' crown.… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: All praise to thee, O Lord
Title: All Praise to You, O Lord
Author: Hyde W. Beadon
Meter: 6.6.8.6
Language: English

Tune

CARLISLE (Lockhart)


SANDFORD


SCHUMANN (51567)

SCHUMANN is one of many hymn tunes arranged by Lowell Mason (PHH 96). He first published the arrangement in Cantica Laudis (1850), a collection he edited with George J. Webb (PHH 559). First called WHITE, the tune was marked "Arr. from Schumann" and was thus ascribed to the German composer Robert A.…

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Instances

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Hymnal 1982 #138

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Moravian Book of Worship #312

Scripture Song Database #207

Include 11 pre-1979 instances
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