"0 Thou from Whom All Goodness Flows"
                          by Thomas Haweis, 1732-1820
                                  Text From:
               (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1942)p.359

	1. 0 Thou from whom all goodness flows,
	I lift my heart to Thee;
	In all my sorrows, conflicts, woes,
	Dear Lord, remember me.
	2. When on my poor and burdened heart
	My sins lie heavily,
	Thy pardon speak, new peace impart;
	Dear Lord, remember me.
	3. When trials sore obstruct my way
	And ills I cannot flee,
	Oh, let my strength be as my day;
	Lord, remember me.
	4. If worn with pain, disease, or grief
	This feeble body be:
	Grant patience, rest, and kind relief;
	Dear Lord, remember me.
	5. When in the solemn hour of death
	I wait Thy just decree,
	Be this the prayer of my last breath:
	Dear Lord, remember me.
	6. And when before Thy throne I stand
	And lift my soul to Thee,
	Then with the saints at Thy right hand,
	Dear Lord, remember me.

Notes: Hymn #515 from _The Handbook to the Lutheran Hymnal_ Text: Neh. 13:31 Author: Thomas Haweis, c. 1791, alt., ab. Tune: "St. Bernard" 1st Published in: _Tochter Zion_ Town: Cologne, 1741
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