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Lord, who fulfillest thus anew

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Lord, who fulfillest thus anew
Thine own blest dying prayer,
That they who know not what they do,
May in thy ransom share:

When foes thy Church's power defy,
Or slight thy sacred word,
Or thee, true God and Man, deny,
Grant them conversion, Lord.

Grant that the light may round them shine;
That, set from error free,
They in thy word the truth divine,
Thee in thy Church may see;

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That so, when our brief time is done,
We may with them adore
The Father, and coequal Son,
And Spirit evermore.

Amen.

Author: Henry W. Mozley

Mozley, Henry Williams, M.A., b. at Derby, April 22, 1842, Scholar and Fellow of King's College, Camb., graduated B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867; and was Assistant Master at Eton Torn 1864 to 1897. Mr. Mozley has contributed translations of various Medieval Sequences and Hymns to the Monthly Packet, and other publications. His hymns in common use are:— 1. Lord! Who fulflllest thus anew. [Conv. of St. Paul.] First published in the Evening Rest, and then in Hymns Ancient & Modern, 1904, No. 228. 2. Lord, Who while yet a boy wast found. [Confirmation.] One of two hymns written for use before and after the laying on of hands in Confirmation. It was included in Hymns Ancient & Modern 1904, No. 295. For use "Before Confirmation."… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Lord, who fulfillest thus anew
Author: Henry W. Mozley (1866)
Meter: 8.6.8.6
Language: English

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Hymns Ancient & Modern, New Edition #228

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The Church Hymnal Revised #147

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The Hymnal #272

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