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From Thee All Skill and Science Flow

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1 From thee all skill and science flow,
all pity, care, and love,
all calm and courage, faith and hope:
O pour them from above.

2 Impart them, Lord, to each and all,
as each and all shall need,
to rise, like incense, each to thee,
in noble thought and deed.

3 And hasten, Lord, that perfect day
when pain and death shall cease,
and thy just rule shall fill the earth
with health and light and peace.

Source: Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #513

Author: Charles Kingsley

Kingsley, Charles, M.A., son of Charles Kingsley, of Battramsley, in the New Forest, was born June 12. 1819. at Home Vicarage, Devon. In 1838 he entered Magdalene Coll. Cambridge, and graduated as first class in classics, and senior optime. Subsequently Rector of Eversley 1814-1875; Canon of Chester 1869-1873; and Canon of Westminster 1873-1875. He held also other important appointments. He died at Eversley, Jan. 23, 1875. Canon Kingsley's prose works are too well known to be enumerated here, and his poetical productions have little in common with hymnology. Three of his pieces have come into use as hymns:— 1. Accept this building, gracious Lord. [Hospitals.] "Mrs. Kingsley's account of this hymn is:— "On the 4th o… Go to person page >

Text Information

Tune

ST. PETER (Reinagle)

Composed by Alexander R. Reinagle (b. Brighton, Sussex, England, 1799; d. Kidlington, Oxfordshire, England, 1877), ST. PETER was published as a setting for Psalm 118 in Reinagle's Psalm Tunes for the Voice and Pianoforte (c. 1836). The tune first appeared with Newton's text in Hymns Ancient and Mode…

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ALBANO (Novello)


BELGRAVE (Horsley)


Timeline

Media

The Book of Common Praise: being the hymn book of The Church of England in Canada (revised 1938) #298
The Cyber Hymnal #1647
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Instances

Instances (1 - 13 of 13)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Ambassador Hymnal: for Lutheran worship #301
Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #513Text
Anglican Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) #212
Church Hymnal, Fifth Edition #512
Common Praise: A new edition of Hymns Ancient and Modern #345Page Scan
Hymnal 1982: according to the use of the Episcopal Church #566TextPage Scan
Hymns Ancient & Modern, New Standard Edition #286
Hymns Ancient & Modern, New Standard Edition #460
Hymns and Psalms: a Methodist and ecumenical hymn book #389
Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #310
Hymns of the Saints: Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints #89
Rejoice in the Lord #28Text
The Cyber Hymnal #1647TextScoreAudio
Include 61 pre-1979 instances
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