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Not unto us we all disclaim

Not unto us we all disclaim

Author: Samuel Wesley
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 Not unto us: We all disclaim:
Glory alone to God's great Name
Whose Truth shall stand for ever fast,
Whose Love to endless Ages last.

2 Thou reignest, Lord, enthroned above!
Yet dost thy humble sons approve;
Thou all Events disposest still;
For all obey thy sovereign Will.

3 The silent Dead no Praises give;
But we who by thy Mercy live,
While we have Breath will Offerings bring,
And grateful Hallelujahs sing.

4 To God the Father, God the Son,
And God the Spirit, Three in One,
Be Honour, Praise and Glory given,
By all on Earth and all in Heaven.

Source: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns #VI

Author: Samuel Wesley

Samuel Wesley, M.A., the younger, was the eldest child of Samuel and Susanna Wesley, and was born in or near London in 1691. He received his early education from his mother, who always took a special interest in him as her firstborn. In 1704 he went to Westminster School, where he was elected King's Scholar in 1707. Westminster had, under the mastership of Dr. Busby for 55 years, attained the highest reputation for scholarship, and Samuel Wesley, as a classical scholar, was not unworthy of his school. In 1709, Dr. Spratt, Bishop of Rochester, patronised the young scholar, and frequently invited him to Bromley. In 1711 he went with a Westminster studentship to Christ Church, Oxford, and having taken his degree, returned to Westminster as an… Go to person page >

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