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For All Your Blessings

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1 For all your blessings,
Jesus, we praise you,
gracious in mercy,
strong in console.
You to our need bring
comfort and healing,
love and forgiveness,
making us whole.

2 Daily around us,
pain and confusion
crumble our feeble
faith into dust.
Yet still we find your
love in the darkness,
changing our anxious
thoughts into trust.

3 We carry with us
into your presence
prisoners of sickness,
sadness and fear;
grant them to know your
peace in their sufferings
and new life flowing,
for you are near.

4 Grant us, your servants,
grace to work with you,
that in your loving
task we may share
mind's understanding,
hands skilled for healing,
hearts of compassion,
join in love's care.

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Author: Alan Luff (1928-)

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Common Praise (1998) #440

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