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Spirit of Light, Thy glory pour

Spirit of Light, Thy glory pour

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Spirit of Light, Thy glory pour,
And let mine eyes Thy radiance see;
From sin's dark night my soul restore,
To dwell in light for aye with Thee.

Spirit of Love, whose heavenly wiles
Can lure the heart from meaner bonds,
Come to my life as love that smiles,
And wakens love that quick responds.

Spirit of Grace, with gifts more rare
Than all the stores of earth possess,
Now to my soul Thy riches bear,
Of pity, love, and tenderness.

Spirit of Light, and Love, and Grace,
Welcome, Thy entrance to my heart;
Take to Thyself its chiefest place,
Who of the triune Godhead art.

Text Information

First Line: Spirit of Light, Thy glory pour
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Language: English

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Hymns of the Early Church #101

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