Our Father who in heaven art

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'Our Father who in heaven art' is a metrical version of the Pater noster, published in A Supplement to the New Version of Psalms. This was a collection of hymns and tunes published for use alongside the 'New Version' metrical psalms of Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady: the first edition of the Supplement was published in 1700.

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Our Father who in heaven art,
All hallowed be thy name;
Thy kingdom come; thy will be done,
Throughout this earthly frame,

As cheerfully as 'tis by those
Who dwell with thee on high;
Lord, let thy bounty day by day
Our daily food supply;

As we forgive our enemies,
Thy pardon, Lord, we crave;
Into temptation lead us not,
But us from evil save;

For kingdom, pow'r and glory, all
Belong, O Lord, to thee;
Thine from eternity they were,
And thine shall ever be.

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