My voice shalt Thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto Thee, and will look up.@Psalm 5:3
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Horatius Bonar (1808–1889)

Horatius Bonar, Hymns of Faith and Hope, second series (London: James Nisbet, 1861), pages 163–64.

Cambridge (Harrison) Ralph Harrison, 1784; arranged by Samuel S. Wesley, 1872 (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Samuel S. Wesley (1810–1876)

Begin the day with God!
He is thy sun and day;
His is the radiance of thy dawn,
To Him address thy lay.

Sing a new song at morn!
Join the glad woods and hills;
Join the fresh winds and seas and plains,
Join the bright flowers and rills.

Sing thy first song to God
Not to thy fellow man;
Not to the creatures of His hand,
But to the glorious One.

Awake, cold lips, and sing!
Arise, dull knees, and pray;
Lift up, O man, thy heart and eyes;
Brush slothfulness away.

Look up, beyond these clouds!
Thither thy pathway lies;
Mount up, away, and linger not,
Thy goal is yonder skies.

Cast every weight aside!
Do battle with each sin;
Fight with the faithless world without,
The faithless heart within.

Take thy first meal with God!
He is thy heavenly food;
Feed with and on Him; He with thee
Will feast in brotherhood.

Take thy first walk with God!
Let Him go forth with thee;
By stream or sea or mountain path,
Seek still His company.

Thy first transaction be
With God Himself above;
So shall thy business prosper well,
And all the day be love.