Oh help us Lord! Each hour of need

O help us Lord! Each hour of need. Henry Hart Milman* (1791-1868). First published in Reginald Heber*’s Hymns written and adapted to the Weekly Church Service of the Year (1827), set for the Second Sunday in Lent. It had six stanzas: O help us Lord! each hour of need  Thy heavenly succour give:Help us in thought, and word, and deed,  Each hour on earth we live. O help us when our spirits bleed,  With contrite anguish sore;And when our hearts are cold and dead,  O help us, Lord, the more. O help us, through the prayer of faith  More firmly to believe;For still, the more the servant hath,  The more shall he receive. If strangers to Thy fold we call, Imploring at Thy feet The crumbs...

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