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Then waken into sound divine
The very pavement of tby sbrine,
That we, like beaven's star-sprinkled floor, Faintly give back what we adore: Childlike tbougb the voices be,
And untunable the parts, Thou wilt own the minstrelsy,
If it flow from childlike bearts.
- REV. JOHN Keble.
Worship of God in Song
"O come, let us worship!"
1. O worship the King all
ROBERT GRANT, 1833
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glorious might, O sing of care what tongue can dust, and fee ble
bove, O grateful - ly his grace, Whose robe is the re cite? It breathes in the as frail, In thee do we
J. M. HAYDN (17.7-1806)
Ancient of Days, Pavilioned in splen-dor, and girded with praise.