Words: , Short Hymns, 1762.

Music: Irish, mel­o­dy from A Col­lect­ion of Hymns and Sac­red Po­ems, by S. Pow­ell (Dub­lin: 1749).

Father of me, and all mankind,
And all the hosts above,
Let every understanding mind
Unite to praise Thy love.

To know Thy nature, and Thy Name,
One God in Persons three;
And glorify the great I AM,
Through all eternity.

Thy kingdom come, with power and grace,
To every heart of man;
Thy peace, and joy, and righteousness,
In all our bosoms reign.

The righteousness that never ends,
But makes an end of sin,
The joy that human thought transcends
Into our souls bring in:

The kingdom of established peace,
Which can no more remove;
The perfect power of godliness,
The omnipotence of love.