"Father, in Whom We Live"
                        by Charles Wesley, 1707-1788
                                  Text From:
              (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1942) p.179

        1. Father, in whom we live,
        In whom we are and move,
        All glory, power, and praise receive
        For Thy creating love.

        2. O Thou Incarnate Word,
        Let all Thy ransomed race
        Unite in thanks with one accord
        For Thy redeeming grace.

        3. Spirit of Holiness,
        Let all Thy saints adore
        Thy sacred gifts and join to bless
        Thy heart-renewing power.

        4. Eternal Triune Lord,
        Let all the hosts above,
        Let all the sons of men record,
        And dwell upon, Thy love.

Notes from _The Lutheran Hymnal_ Hymn #241 Text: Acts 17:28 Author: Charles Wesley, 1747, cento Composer: Aaron Williams, 1770 Tune: "Dover"
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