An hymn to the morning

I - From Clee to heaven the beacon burns, The shires have seen it plain, From north and south the sign returns And beacons burn again.

An hymn to the morning

Call us, one and all, together, now and evermore, we pray. Comments for improvement are very welcome, as always. Dust to dust, we mark our repentance, entering a guilty plea, Ash to ash, we face our sentence, Sin writ large for all to see: Bearing signs of all our falls from grace, Yearning for your strong embrace.

Now O Lord reshape our damaged form, Hold us till our hearts grow warm. The tune is Londonderry Air. Glory to God, the mother of creation, in love you brought the universe to birth, then gave your life to purchase the salvation of all the sons and daughters of the earth.

Glory to you for calling us to service, shepherds and stewards, messengers and priests, we give ourselves in gratitude and gladness as guests and hosts at your thanksgiving feast.

Our hearts exult in loving affirmation, We sing with joy, your greatness we proclaim.

An hymn to the morning

Your praise resounds in every generation, Our souls with Mary magnify your holy name. Through all our lives your power is ever flowing, To show your work of love is underway; Stir up your gift in us, your grace bestowing, so we may speak and live your Word afresh today. Light to lead us!

Show the way to find the Lord of lords, Star of wonder! Show us how to find the Lord. We bring gold for a king, keep us serving, We bring gold for a king today.

We bring gold for a king, keep us serving.

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Keep us serving Jesus every day. We bring incense today, keep us praying, We bring incense to him today. We bring incense today, keep us praying, Keep us praying to him every day. We bring myrrh now to help us remember, For the sacrifice that he made.

We bring myrrh now to help us remember, to remember Jesus every day. We bring all that we have to his manger, We bring all that we have today, We bring all that we are to his manger, As we offer him ourselves today.

And grant our eyes a friendly spark to lead us through the hours of dark. Now bring to light the things we fear, and make our moral vision clear, Remove the darkness from the soul and make us bright and brave and whole.

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An hymn to the morning

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