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O come; for Thou dost know the way!
Or, if to me thou wilt not move,
THE LORD'S PRAYER ILLUSTRATED.
By right of creation,
Who art in Heaven
The throne of thy glory,
Hallowed be thy name
By the thoughts of our hearts,
Thy kingdom come
Of Providence to defend us,
Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven
Toward us without resistance,
Give us this day our daily bread —
Of necessity for our bodies,
And forgive us our trespasses –
Against the commands of thy law,
As we forgive them that trespass against us
By defaming our characters,
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from
Of overwhelming afflictions,
For thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory
Thy kingdom governs all,
Thy power subdues all,
As it is in thy purposes,
THE SHEPHERD'S SABBATH SONG.
THIS is the Sabbath day!
In the wide field I am alone.
Now it has died away.
Kneeling I worship Thee;
Unseen to pray with me.
Around and far away
This is the Sabbath day!
From the German of Uhland, by Mrs. Follen.
“ JAM LUCIS ORTO SIDERE.”
OW that the sun is gleaming bright
Implore we, bending low, That 'Thou, the Uncreated Light Wouldst guide us as we go.
Nor finful word, nor deed of wrong,
And grant, that to thine honor, Lord !
SILENCE deep and strange!
The earth doth yet in quiet slumber lie, No stir of life, save on yon woodland range, The tall trees bow as if their Lord passed by.
Like to one new-create,
This world, with all its band
From the German of J. F. Eichendorf.