Father of all, from land and seaAuthor: Christopher Wordsworth (1871)
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1 Father of all, from land and sea
The nations sing, "Thine, Lord, are we;
Countless in number, but in Thee
May we be one."
2 O Son of God, whose love so free
For men did make Thee Man to be,
United to our God in Thee
May we be one.
3 Join high with low, join young with old,
In love that never waxes cold;
Under one Shepherd, in one fold,
Make us all one.
4 O Spirit blest, who from above
Cam'st gently gliding like a dove,
Calm all our strive, give faith and love;
O make us one!
Source: The Hymnal #426
Father of all, from land and sea. C. Wordsworth, Bp. of Lincoln. [For Unity.] Written by request after the Nottingham Church Congress, 1871, and set to music by H. J. Gauntlett, Mus.D. It was added to the Holy Year, 6th edition, 1872, and to Hymns Ancient & Modern, 1875. It is also in a few American books.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
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|The Cyber Hymnal #1565||Father of All, from Land and Sea||Father of all, from land and sea||RISEHOLME||Christopher Wordsworth||88.84||<cite>Holy Year, (6th ed.)</cite>, 1872|