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Move in our midst, thou Spirit of God

Move in our midst, thou Spirit of God

Author: Kenneth I. Morse
Tune: PINE GLEN
Published in 4 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Move in our midst, O Spirit of God.
Go with us down from your holy hill.
Walk with us through the storm and the calm.
Spirit of God, now go with us still.

2 Touch now our hands to lead us aright.
Guide us forever, show us your way.
Transform our darkness into your light.
Spirit of God, still lead us today.

3 Strike from our feet the fetters that bind.
Lift from our lives the weight of our wrong.
Teach us to love with heart, soul, and mind.
Spirit of God, your love makes us strong.

4 Kindle our hearts to burn with your flame.
Raise up your banners high in this hour.
Stir us to build new worlds in your name.
Spirit of God, O send us your pow'r!

Source: Moravian Book of Worship #489

Author: Kenneth I. Morse

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First Line: Move in our midst, thou Spirit of God
Author: Kenneth I. Morse

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Hymnal #418

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Moravian Book of Worship #489

Include 2 pre-1979 instances
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