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Therefore with Angels, &c.

1 LORD and GOD of Heav'nly Pow'rs,
2 Theirs yet Oh! benignly Ours,
3 Glorious King, let Earth proclaim,
4 Worms attempt to chant thy Name.
5 Thee to laud in Songs Divine
6 Angels and Archangels join;
7 We with Them our Voices raise,
8 Echoing thy Eternal Praise:
9 Holy, Holy, Holy Lord,
10 Live by Heav'n and Earth ador'd!
11 Full of Thee, they ever cry
12 Glory be to GOD most High!


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Title (in Source Edition): Therefore with Angels, &c.
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Wesley, John, 1703-1791. Wesley, Charles, 1707-1788. Hymns and sacred poems: Published by John Wesley, ... and Charles Wesley, ... London: printed by William Strahan; and sold by James Hutton; and at Mr. Bray's, 1739, p. 128. x,[6],223,[1]p.; 12⁰. (ESTC T31323; OTA K034809.000) (Page images digitized from a copy in the Bodleian Library [Vet. A4 f. 254].)

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