"Come, Thou Almighty King"
                            by Unknown Author
                                Text From:
            (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1942)p.178

	1. Come, Thou almighty King,
	Help us Thy name to sing,
	Help us to praise!
	Father all-glorious,
	O'er all victorious,
	Come and reign over us,
	Ancient of Days.

	2. Come, Thou Incarnate Word,
	Gird on Thy mighty sword,
	Our prayer attend;
	Come and Thy people bless
	And give Thy Word success;
	Stablish Thy righteousness,
	Savior and Friend!

	3. Come, holy Comforter,
	Thy sacred witness bear
	In this glad hour.
	Thou, who almighty art,
	Now rule in every heart
	And ne'er from us depart,
	Spirit of Power!

	4. To the great One in Three
	Eternal praises be
	Hence evermore!
	His sovereign majesty
	May we in glory see
	And to eternity
	Love and adore!

Notes: Hymn #239 from _The Handbook to the Lutheran Hymnal_ Text: Rev. 4:8 Author: unknown, 1757, ab. Composer: Felice de Giardini, 1769 Tune: Italian Hymn
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