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Holy Spirit, Ever Dwelling

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1 Holy Spirit, ever dwelling
In the holiest realms of light;
Holy Spirit, ever brooding
O'er a world of gloom and night,
Holy Spirit, ever raising
Those on earth to thrones on high;
Living, life-imparting Spirit,
You we praise and magnify.

2 Holy Spirit, ever living
As the Church's very life,
Holy Spirit, ever striving
Through us in a ceaseless strife,
Holy Spirit, ever forming
In the Church the mind of Christ;
You we praise with endless worship
For Your gracious gifts unpriced.

3 Holy Spirit, ever working
Through the Church's ministry,
Teaching, strength'ning, and absolving,
Setting captive sinners free,
Holy Spirit, ever binding
Age to age and soul to soul,
In communion never ending,
You we worship and extol.


Source: Worship Supplement 2000 #739

Author: Timothy Rees

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Tune

IN BABILONE

IN BABILONE is a traditional Dutch melody that appeared in Oude en Nieuwe Hollantse Boerenlities en Contradansen (Old and New Dutch Peasant Songs and Country Dances), c. 1710. Ralph Vaughan Williams (PHH 316) discovered this tune as arranged by Julius Rontgen (b. Leipzig, Germany, 1855; d. Utrecht,…

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ABBOT'S LEIGH

Cyril V. Taylor (PHH 286) composed ABBOT'S LEIGH in May of 1941 when he was working for the Religious Broadcasting Department of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The BBC had received complaints about the use of AUSTRIA (tune for the Austrian national hymn) during this time of war, a tune…

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Christian Worship #182

Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #615

Common Praise (1998) #655

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Evangelical Lutheran Worship #582

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Hymnal 1982 #511

Hymns and Psalms #303

Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #615

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Lutheran Service Book #650

Lutheran Worship #164

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Moravian Book of Worship #495

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Rejoice in the Lord #381

Sampler #709

The New Century Hymnal #59

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The New English Hymnal #141

The Worshiping Church #289

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Together in Song #410

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Worship Supplement 2000 #739

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