1 We thank Thee, Lord, for this fair earth,
The glittering sky, the silver sea;
For all their beauty, all their worth,
Their light and glory, come from Thee.
2 Thine are the flowers that clothe the ground,
The trees that wave their arms above,
The hills that gird our dwellings round,
As Thou dost gird thine own with love.
3 Yet teach us still how far more fair,
More glorious, Father, in Thy sight,
Is one pure deed, one holy prayer,
One heart that owns Thy Spirit’s might.
4 So while we gaze with thoughtful eye
On all the gifts Thy love has given,
Help us in Thee to live and die,
By Thee to rise from earth to heaven.
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|The Cyber Hymnal #7248||We Thank Thee, Lord, for This Fair Earth||We thank Thee, Lord, for this fair earth||ERNAN||George E. L. Cotton||LM||<cite>Hymns for Use in the Chapel of Marlborough College</cite>, 1856|