Song Thou Art O Lord
Album The Christian Hymn Book
Genre Traditional Christian Hymns
Writer(s) A. Campbell And Others
Publisher / Copyrights
Tags Thou Art O Lord
Theme(s) God:His Being And Perfections
Scripture Reference(s)
CCLI Song No

Thou Art, O Lord, The Boundless Source,
Whence All Our Thousand Blessings Flow;
And Nature, Through Her Endless Course,
Proclaims Thy Love To All Below;

While All Above Join In The Strain
Of Ceaseless Praises To Thy Name.

The Sun On Golden Chariot Rides,
And Sends To Earth His Rays Of Light;
While Darkness From His Brightness Hides,
And Vanishes From Human Sight;
This Sunlight, When It Comes To Earth,
Declares Thy Goodness Gave It Birth.

The Moon And Stars, That Rule At Night,
And Smile Upon This World Of Wrong,
Bear On Each Trembling Chord Of Light
The Notes Of This Sweet, Sacred Song;
“Thou, Lord, Didst Make All Things That Move;
All Are The Creatures Of Thy Love.”

Then Help My Poor, Unworthy Heart
To Join Aloud In Nature’s Praise;
And May My Song, In Every Part,
Proclaim The Wonders Of Thy Ways;
And When I Reach The Heavenly Plains,
I’ll Sing Thy Love In Nobler Strains.

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