Into Thy Hands

Anna Lapwood, Cambridge, The Chapel Choir of Pembroke College  Buy

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Into thy hands O Lord and Father
We commend our souls and our bodies
Our parents and our homes
friends and kindred.
Into thy hands O Lord and Father
We commend our benefactors and
brethren departed.
Into thy hands O Lord and Father,
We commend all thy people faithfully
believing,
all who need thy pity and protection
Enlighten us with thy holy grace,
and suffer us never more to be separated
from thee,
Into thy hands O Lord Jesus Christ
mercifully grant to me
that the rest of my pilgrimage may be
directed according to thy will,
that the rest of my life may be completed
in thee
and my soul may deserve to enjoy thee
who art eternal life.
Into thy hands.

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