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Hymn 321. On all the earth thy Spirit shower; The earth in righteousness renew; Thy kingdom come, and hell’s o’erpower, And to thy sceptre all subdue. Hymn 321. Like mighty winds, or torrents fierce, Let it opposers all o’errun; And every law of sin reverse,

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hymn 321
Hymn 321
  • On all the earth thy Spirit shower;
  • The earth in righteousness renew;
  • Thy kingdom come, and hell’s o’erpower,
  • And to thy sceptre all subdue.

Henry More (1614-87) alt. John Wesley (1703-91)

hymn 3213
Hymn 321
  • Like mighty winds, or torrents fierce,
  • Let it opposers all o’errun;
  • And every law of sin reverse,
  • That faith and love may make all one.

Henry More (1614-87) alt. John Wesley (1703-91)

hymn 3214
Hymn 321
  • Yea, let thy Spir’t in every place
  • Its richer energy declare;
  • While lovely tempers, fruits of grace,
  • The kingdom of thy Christ prepare.

Henry More (1614-87) alt. John Wesley (1703-91)

hymn 3215
Hymn 321
  • Grant this, O holy God and true!
  • The ancient seers thou didst inspire;
  • To us perform the promise due;
  • Descend, and crown us now with fire!

Henry More (1614-87) alt. John Wesley (1703-91)