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O Lord, with toil our days are filled

O Lord, with toil our days are filled

Author: Arthur Campbell Ainger (ca. 1865)
Tune: GOUDA
Published in 6 hymnals

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1. O Lord, with toil our days are filled,
They rarely leave us free;
O give us space to seek for grace
In happy thoughts of Thee.

2. Yet hear us, little though we ask,
O leave us not alone;
In every thought, and word, and task,
Be near us, though unknown.

3. Still lead us, wandering in the dark,
Still send us heavenly food,
And mark, as none on earth can mark,
Our struggle to be good.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #5165

Author: Arthur Campbell Ainger

Ainger, Arthur Campbell, M.A., son of the Rev. F. A. Ainger, incumbent of Hampstead, Middlesex; born in 1841, educated Trinity College, Cambridge, 1st Class Class. Trip. 1864, Assistant Master at Eton 1864-1901. Author of Eton Songs, 1901-2; Carmen Etonense, Vale, &c, and joint author with H. G. Winkle, M.A., of an English-Latin Verse Dictionary. Mr. Ainger's hymns in common use are the following :— 1. God is working His purpose out. [Missions.] Written and first published in 1894, with Dedication to Archbishop Benson. It was given in Church Hymns, 1903, Hymns Ancient & Modern, 1904, and other collections. 2. God of our Fathers, unto Thee. [National Thanksgiving.] Included in English Hymnal, 1906. 3. Let all our bret… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O Lord, with toil our days are filled
Author: Arthur Campbell Ainger (ca. 1865)
Source: The words were written circa 1865, and appeared shortly thereafter in the Sunday Magazine
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #5165
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