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2 O Christ! Whose voice the waters heard And give, for wild confusion, peace;
And hushed their raging at Thy word, Oh, hear us when we cry to Thee
Our brethren shield in danger's hour;
From rock and tempest, fire and foe, 3 Most Holy Spirit! Who didst brood Protect them whereso'er they go; Upon the chaos dark and rude,
Thus evermore shall rise to Thee And bid its angry tumult cease,
Glad hymns of praise from land and sea.
Amen. WILLIAM WHITING
2 Jesus, Saviour, let Thy presence
Be their light and guide;
At Thy side.
3 When in sorrow, when in danger,
When in loneliness,
4 May the joy of Thy salvation
Be their strength and stay;
Day by day.
5 Holy Spirit, let Thy teaching
Sanctify their life;
In the strife.
6 Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,
God the One in Three,
ISABELLA S. STEPHENSON
track - less
Be Thou our
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our home. A-men.
2 O Jesus, Saviour, at Whose voice
The tempest sank to perfect rest,
And cleanse and calm the troubled breast.
3 O Holy Ghost, beneath Whose power
The ocean woke to life and light,
Thy fostering warmth, Thy quickening might.
4 Great God of our salvation, Thee
We love, we worship, we adore;
EDWARD H. BICKERSTETH
For Chant and Translation, see No. 574
Anonymous, 400-450 565
For Chant and Translation, see No. 584
From the Greek, 5th cent. * This clause is not found in the Latin Version, but is found in the Greek form (Codex Alexandrinus), and is included in the English Version.
For Tune (Adeste Fideles) and Translation, see No. 130
1 Adeste, fideles,
2 Deum de Deo,
Lumen de lumine,
For Tune (Veni Emmanuel) and Translation, see No. 119
1 Veni, veni, Emmanuel,
Captivum solve Israel,
2 Veni, O Iesse virgula,
Ex hostis tuos ungula,
3 Veni, veni, O Oriens,
Solare nos adveniens:
3 Cantet nunc Io
4 Ergo qui natus
Anonymous, 17th cent.
Dirasque noctis tenebras.
4 Veni, clavis Davidica,
Regna reclude caelica,
5 Veni, veni Adonai,
Qui populo in Sinai
Anonymous, 12th ceni.
For Tune (Dulce Carmen) and Translation, see No. 494
1 Alleluia, dulce carmen,
Vox perennis gaudii,
2 Alleluia non meremur
Nunc perenne psallere,