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Our Hymn Of Thanks We Sing Today

Our hymn of thanks we sing today

Author: Solomon S. Allsop
Published in 1 hymnal

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Our hymn of thanks we sing today;
Our hearts and voices raise,
To Him who, with a Father’s love,
Has guided all our ways:
The mercies of another year
Demand our grateful praise.

2 Jesus, accept the thanks we bring,
Unworthy though they be;
Thou didst of old let children sing
Hosannas unto Thee.
We too present our offering,
And join their harmony.

3 Throughout the year we have been blest
With lessons from Thy word,
From teachers dear, who never tire
In working for their Lord,
Our minds to train, our souls to win:
O give them their reward.

4 May we still love the Sunday School;
Still love Thy word and ways;
And wise unto salvation grow,
In these our youthful days;
Then join the blessèd band above,
Who ever sing Thy praise.

5 Lord, smile upon the friends who come
To aid this work of love;
Their offerings graciously accept;
Thy blessing may they prove
A hundred fold—and may we meet
Teachers and friends above.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9106

Author: Solomon S. Allsop

Solomon Smithee Allsop was the son of a Bap­tist miss­ion­a­ry in Ja­mai­ca, and hus­band of Ma­ria Ro­berts. He re­turned to Eng­land af­ter his fa­ther died in 1829. In 1860, All­sop be­came pas­tor of a Gen­er­al Bap­tist church in Whit­tle­sey, Cam­bridge­shire. He la­ter served in Long­ford (near Co­ven­try) and March, then moved to Bur­ton-on-Trent in 1879. New cha­pels were built in March and Bur­ton-on-Trent in con­nec­tion with his min­is­try (the lat­ter was re­ferred to as Sol­o­mon’s Tem­ple). While All­sop was pas­tor at Long­ford (1864–68), it was the cus­tom to have an orig­in­al hymn at the Sun­day school an­ni­ver­sar­ies, and he wrote sev­er­al for these oc… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Our hymn of thanks we sing today
Title: Our Hymn Of Thanks We Sing Today
Author: Solomon S. Allsop
Source: The School Hymnal by William Rawson Stevenson (London: E. Marlborough, 1880)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain


The Cyber Hymnal #9106
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The Cyber Hymnal #9106

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