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I praise thy name, O God of light

I praise thy name, O God of light

Author: Isaac Errett
Tune: [I praise Thy name, O God of light]
Published in 10 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 I praise Thy name, O God of light,
For rest and safety through the night;
Beneath Thy wing, securely kept,
I closed my eyes and sweetly slept.
Redeemed from weariness, I rise
To greet the light with cheerful eyes;
And with the birds on joyful wing,
My soul would rise, and sweetly sing.

Refrain:
I praise Thy name, O God of light,
For rest and safety thro’ the night;
Beneath Thy wing, securely kept,
I closed my eyes and sweetly slept.

2 I thank Thee, Lord, for all Thy care,
For all the blessings that I share—
Life, reason, health, and home, and friends,
And every gift Thy goodness sends.
O let me never, never cease
To cherish trust and thankfulness;
From Thee, Thou maker of my frame,
Each undeservèd blessing came. [Refrain]

3 As numberless as stars of heaven
Are the rich bounties Thou hast given,
And fresh as dews, and sweet as flowers,
The love that smiles on all my hours.
O let me to Thy altar bring
A pure and grateful offering;
And let my thanks, as incense rise
In Christ, a pleasing sacrifice. [Refrain]


Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10267

Author: Isaac Errett

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First Line: I praise thy name, O God of light
Author: Isaac Errett

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The Cyber Hymnal #10267
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  • Noteworthy Composer Score (NWC)

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