The Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in My name.@John 14:26
John Brownlie (1857–1925)

An idiomelic sticheron from the Pentecostarion (the Greek Office for Pentecost) (Venice, Italy: 1898) (Βασιλεῦ οὐράνιε, Παράκλητε); translated from Greek to English by John Brownlie, Hymns of the Greek Church, 1900.

Temple (Davies) H. Walford Davies (1869–1941) (🔊 pdf nwc).

H. Walford Davies (1869–1941)

O King enthroned on high,
Thou Comforter divine,
Blest Spirit of all truth, be nigh
And make us Thine.

Thou art the Source of life,
Thou art our treasure store;
Give us Thy peace, and end our strife
For evermore.

Descend, O heavenly Dove,
Abide with us alway;
And in the fullness of Thy love
Cleanse us, we pray.