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677. Glorious Is Thy Name Most Holy

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1 Glorious is Thy name, Most Holy,
God and Father of us all;
We Thy servants bow before Thee,
Strive to answer every call.
Thou with life's great good hast blest us,
Cared for us from earliest years;
Unto Thee our thanks we render;
Thy deep love overcomes all fears.

2 For our world of need and anguish
We would lift to Thee our prayer.
Faithful stewards of Thy bounty
May we with our brothers share.
In the name of Christ our Savior,
Who redeems and sets us free,
Gifts we bring of heart and treasure,
That our lives may worthier be.

3 In the midst of time we journey,
From Thy hand comes each new day;
We would use it in Thy service,
Humbly, wisely, while we may.
So to Thee, Lord and Creator,
Praise and honor we accord;
Thine the earth and Thine the heavens,
Thro' all the Eternal Word.

Text Information
First Line: Glorious is Thy name Most Holy
Title: Glorious Is Thy Name Most Holy
Author: Ruth Elliott
Language: English
Publication Date: 1997
Topic: Walking with God: Stewardship and Service
Copyright: © 1961, renewed 1989 by The Hymn Society of America
Tune Information
Composer: William Moore
Key: G Major

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