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401. O Thou, from whom all goodness flows

C.M.

Manoah:

Arr. from Gioacchinno A. Rossini, 1851

Siloam (Horsman):

Edward Horsman, 1903

Thomas Haweis, 1791;

Alt.

O Thou, from whom all goodness flows,

I lift my heart to thee;

In all my sorrows, conflicts, woes,

Dear Lord, remember me.

When on my aching, burdened heart

My sins lie heavily,

Thy pardon grant, thy peace impart:

In love, remember me.

When trials sore obstruct my way,

And ills I cannot flee,

O let my strength be as my day!

For good, remember me.

If worn with pain, disease, and grief

This feeble frame should be,

Grant patience, rest, and kind relief:

Hear and remember me.

And O when in the hour of death

I own thy just decree,

Be this the prayer of my last breath,

Dear Lord, remember me!

Amen.

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