God be merciful unto us, and bless us.@Psalm 67:1
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J. Lincoln Hall (1866-1930)

Irvin H. Mack, possibly circa 1905.

J. Lincoln Hall (🔊 pdf nwc). Some hymnals show the composer as Maurice A. Clifton, Hall’s pseudonym.

We come before Thy throne today,
Thy promised presence claim;
O come and enter now our hearts,
And set our souls aflame.

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Lord, send Thy blessing,
Lord, send Thy blessing,
Lord, send Thy blessing
On our waiting souls.

We know that Thou art present here,
Thy grace to us reveal;
We fain would know Thy blessèd will,
Thy holy presence feel.

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O send to us Thy quick’ning pow’r,
All guilt and dross remove;
O let our waiting hearts be filled,
Dear Savior, with Thy love.

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Accept the homage that we bring,
O Lord, we humbly pray,
Bestow Thy richest blessings now,
And meet with us today.

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