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O Father, who didst all things make

O Father, who didst all things make

Author: W. B. Heathcote
Tune: ST. GALL (13455)
Published in 6 hymnals

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1. O Father, who didst all things make
That Heav’n and earth might do Thy will,
Bless us this night for Jesus’ sake
And for Thy work preserve us still.

2. O Son, who didst redeem mankind,
And set the captive sinner free,
Keep us this night with peaceful mind,
That we may safe abide in Thee.

3. O Holy Ghost, who by Thy power
The church elect dost sanctify,
Seal us this night, and hour by hour
Our hearts and members purify.

4. To Father, Son and Holy Ghost,
The God whom Heav’n and earth adore,
From men and from the angel host
Be praise and glory evermore.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #4829

Author: W. B. Heathcote

Heathcote, William Beadon, B.C.I., was educated at New College, Oxford (B.C.l. 1840). He was for some time Fellow and Tutor of his College; Precentor of Salisbury Cathedral; Chaplain to the Bp. of Salisbury; and Select Preacher at Oxford. He was author of The Psalter pointed to the Gregorian Tones, and of Prayers for Children especially in Parochial Schools, with a Morning and. Evening Hymn, Oxford, 1846. The hymn is given in two forms, one for Morning and the second for Evening. It begins:—"O Father, Who didst all things make." Mr. Heathcote died in Aug. 1862. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology  Go to person page >

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First Line: O Father, who didst all things make
Author: W. B. Heathcote



The Cyber Hymnal #4829
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