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Lo, God is here! Him day and night
Th' united choirs of angels sing;
To him enthroned above all height

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A-MEN.

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LO, God is here! Let us adore,

Heaven's hosts their noblest praises bring.

And own how dreadful is this place; Disdain not, Lord, our meaner song,
Let all within us feel his power,
Who praise thee with a stammering tongue.

And silent bow before his face.
Who know his power, his grace who
Serve him with awe, with reverence love. Thy courts with grateful fragrance fill;

prove,

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Being of beings, may our praise

Still may we stand before thy face,
Still hear and do thy sovereign will;
To thee may all our thoughts arise,
Ceaseless accepted sacrifice.

GERHARD TErsteegen, 1697-1769.
Tr. JOHN WEsley, 1703-1791.

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HEINRICH CHRISTOPH ZEUNER, 1795-1857.

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All space is holy, for all space

Is filled by thee; but human thought Burns clearer in some chosen place,

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Nor we alone may those whose brow

Shows yet no trace of human cares, Hereafter stand where we do now,

Where thine own words of love are taught. And raise to thee still holier prayers!

ANDREWS NORTON, 1786-1853.

woe,

Till death the gates of heaven unfold!

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