LOVE AND LOYALTY
|Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts||100|
|(CANONBURY. L. M.)|
|Bernard of Clairvaux, 1153||Robert Schumann, 1856|
Thou Fount of life, thou Light of men,
From the best bliss that earth imparts,
We turn unfilled to thee again,
Thou savest those that on thee call;
To them that seek thee, thou art good,
To them that find thee, all in all !
And long to feast upon thee still;
We drink of thee, the Fountain Head,
|O Maker of the Sea and Sky||101|
|Henry Burton, 1605||From the Kyrie, Twelfth Mass,
by Johann Mozart, 1756-1791
Whose word the storm-y winds fulfill,
On the wide ocean thou art nigh,
Bidding these hearts of ours be still.
The lonely sea bird is thy care;
And in the clouds which come and go,
We see thy chariots everywhere.
Spreads the new morning o'er the deep;
And in the dark thy stars appear,
Keeping their watches while we sleep.
Thy seas beneath, thy skies above,
Clasped in the everlastng arms,