Words: (1744-1768).

Music: Oaks­ville, , 1839.

If you know when this hymn was writ­ten, or where to get a pic­ture of Ot­ti­well Heg­in­bo­thom or Hein­rich Zeun­er

Come, shout aloud the Father’s grace,
And sing the Savior’s love;
Soon shall you join the glorious theme,
In loftier strains above.

God, the eternal, mighty God,
To dearer names descends;
Calls you His treasure and His joy,
His children and His friends.

My Father, God! and may these lips
Pronounce a name so dear?
Not thus could Heaven’s sweet harmony
Delight my listening ear.

Thanks to my God for every gift
His bounteous hands bestow;
And thanks eternal for that love
Whence all those comforts flow.