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Immanuel, our God and Lord

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1 Immanuel! Our God and Lord,
Uphold us by Thy mighty Word;
In all that we may say or do,
Let us to Thee be ever true.

2 Immanuel! Our Savior dear,
O teach us God to love and fear,
That we may truly learn Thy way
And grow in strength from day to day.

3 Immanuel! O Holy Ghost,
Adored by all the heav'nly host,
Thyself impart and grant us light
To walk the path of truth and right.

4 Immanuel! O God of grace,
In blessing turn to us Thy face;
Then shall our lips Thy name adore,
O triune God, for evermore.


Source: American Lutheran Hymnal #525

Author: Paul E. Kretzmann

Professor Paul E. Kretzman led a group of Lutherans who left church fellowship with some Lutheran congregations in 1956 after he was charged with teaching error in class. He and his followers organized the Lutheran Churches of the Reformation. He wrote several Bible Commentaries and translated many hymns. NN, Hymnary from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lutheran_Churches_of_the_Reformation Go to person page >

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First Line: Immanuel, our God and Lord
Author: Paul E. Kretzmann



HURSLEY is a Protestant French Huguenot melody by an anonymous composer.

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