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2 Thousand thanks, great God, arise

Unto Thee, in grace excelling.
Who, though filling all the skies,
Yet dost make this house Thy dwelling,

And to us dost here dispense

Thy pure word and sacraments.
3 Hitherto upon this house

Hath salvation surely rested.
And our God hath been with us,
And Himself hath manifested.
Here His Spirit He hath given

To reveal the way to heaven.
4 O how lovely, meet and right

In His temple to adore Him!
Let us now in Him delight,
And with gladness come before Him.

Treasures lasting, precious, pure,

From above we here secure.
5 Dearest Guest, with us abide,

With Thy holy word still feed us;
Hitherto by Thee supplied,
Still by living waters lead us!

Keep Thy Church on earth secure
While the earth itself endure.

46 8, 8, 7, 8, 8, 7, 7.

H. Thomissön's Psalmebog 1569

| How blest are they who hear God's word, And keep and heed what

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day by day, And while they tread life's wea-ry way, 8, 7, 8, 7, 8, 7, 7, 8, 7, 7.

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2 God's word a treasure is to me, Through sorrow's night my sun shall

The shield of faith in battle; [be, The Father's hand hath written there My title as His child and heir,

"The kingdom's thine forever;"
That promise faileth never,

3 Today I was my Savior's guest, My soul was here so richly blest,

The bread of life receiving.
O may thereby my faith prevail,
So that its fruit shall never fail

Till my account is given
Before the throne in heaven.

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C. E. F. Weyse, 1838

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to thy ev - ery dwel-ling, Ci - ty by je - ho - vah blest;

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May His pres-er:Ce still at-tend thee; May'st thou sit by day and night

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In His shadow with de - light; His all-power-ful arm de - fend thee;

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2 Lord, we fervently implore Thee,

That, while pilgrims here below,
We may walk in truth before Thee,

And in all Thy knowledge grow;
Showing forth Thy matchless praises;

Thou who, out of sin's dark night,

Hast to Thine own marvelous light
Called Thy people, O Lord Jesus:

Keep and seal us ever Thine,
Leave with us Thy peace divine.

C. A. Pohlman, 1826

48 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 4, 7.

Henry Smart, 1867

Lord, dis-miss us with Thy bless-ing, Fill our hearts with joy and peace!

Let us each, Thy love pos-sess-ing, Tri-umph in re - deem-ing grace.

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2 Thanks we give and adoration

For Thy gospel's joyful sound. May the fruits of Thy salvation In our hearts and lives abound.

11: May Thy presence: With us evermore be found.

3 So, whene'er the signal's given

Us from earth to call away,
Borne on angels' wings to heaven,
Glad the summons to obey,

1: May we ready,:!
Rise and reign in endless day.

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