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O God, thy grace and blessing give

Full Text

1 O God, Thy grace and blessing give
To us who on Thy name attend,
That we this mortal life may live
Regardful of our journey's end.

2 Teach us to know that Jesus died,
And rose again, our souls to save;
Teach us to take Him as our guide,
Our help from childhood to the grave.

3 Then shall not death with terror come,
But welcome as a bidden guest,
The herald of a better home,
The messenger of peace and rest.

4 And when the awful signs appear
Of judgment and the throne above,
Our hearts still fixed, we shall not fear,
God is our trust, and God is love.

Source: Christian Hymns: for church, school and home: with music #19

Author: Anonymous

In some hymnals, the editors noted that a hymn's author is unknown to them, and so this artificial "person" entry is used to reflect that fact. Obviously, the hymns attributed to "Author Unknown" "Unknown" or "Anonymous" could have been written by many people over a span of many centuries. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O God, thy grace and blessing give
Author: Anonymous
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

WENN WIR IN HÖCHSTEN NÖTEN SEIN

LES COMMANDEMENS (French for "the commandments"), a rich and graceful tune in the Hypo-Ionian mode (major), was used in the Genevan Psalter (1547) for the Decalogue and for Psalm 140, and later in British psalters and in the Lutheran tradition. The first setting in the Psalter Hymnal derives from Cl…

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Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 11 of 11)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
A Church of England Hymn Book: adapted to the daily services of the Church throughout the year #350
Christian Hymns: for church, school and home: with music #19TextPage Scan
Church Harmonies: a collection of hymns and tunes for the use of Congregations #684Page Scan
Hymn and Tune Book, for the Church and the Home #671Page Scan
The Baptist Praise Book #1109Page Scan
The Book of Praise #d234
The Christian Hymn Book: a compilation of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, original and selected (Rev. and enl.) #1046Page Scan
The Church-Book #d308
The Presbyterian Hymnal #731Page Scan
The Presbyterian Hymnal #731Page Scan
The Service of Song for Baptist Churches #d639
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