Glory, love, and praise, and honour
Glory, love, and praise, and honour. Charles Wesley* (1707-1788).
This is from Graces before and after Meat. To which is Added, Gloria Patri; or, Hymns to the Trinity (Dublin, 1747). The first two stanzas are hymn XIII, the second of those designated for use ‘At or After Meat’. After XIII was written ‘To – Angels speak, let Man, &c. Hymn 2.’ This refers to the tune for hymn 2 in John Frederick Lampe*’s Hymns on the Great Festivals (1746). It was a two-stanza grace:
Glory, Love, and Praise, and Honour For our Food Now bestow’d Render we the Donor, Bounteous God, we now confess Thee, God who thus Blessest us, Meet it is to bless Thee.
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