"Jesus, All Thy Labor Vast"
                     "The Seven Words on the Cross"
                     by Thomas B. Pollock, 1836-1896
                               Text From:
           (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1942) p.142

	1. Jesus, all Thy labor vast,
	All Thy woe and conflict past,
	Yielding up Thy soul at last:
	Hear us, holy Jesus.
	2. When the death shades round us lower,
	Guard us from the Tempter's power,
	Keep us in that trial hour:
	Hear us, holy Jesus.
	3. May Thy life and death supply
	Grace to live and grace to die,
	Grace to reach the home on high:
	Hear us, holy Jesus.

Notes from _The Lutheran Hymnal_ Hymn #186 Text: Luke 22:46 Author: Thomas B. Pollock, 1870 Composer: Bernhard Schumacher, 1939 Tune: "Septem Verba"
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