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Aurelius Prudentius, Clemens, or the Merciful, was born in 348, somewhere in the north of SpainHe apologized for "a confession, whichV No other hope my love inspires, And wins my heart for Thee— I only love Thee, Christ, my King, Because Thou lovest meI From the Father’s throne descending, Light from out the realms of light; Font of light, all light transcending, Brighter day in day most brightVI O Thou Creator wise, Soon may our longing eyes The glory of Thy kingdom seeII May memory ne’er a thought suggest, That comes not forth at Thy behest; And may the mind no wisdom know, That God all wise doth not bestow III There, where Thou art, they reap reward Who toiled at duty’s call; For Thou dost give Thyself to them, And Thou art all in allI O Thou Eternal One in Three, Dread Ruler of the earth and sky, Accept the praise we yield to Thee, Who, waking, lift our songs on highSome five years later, in 1772, Thomas Scott took up the curacy of the neighbouring parishes of Stoke Goldington and Weston UnderwoodFrom his connection with the revised Paris Breviary, this hymn has been ascribed to Archbishop Charles de Vintimille, born 1655, died 1746; but in neither the Cluniac nor Paris Breviary is it marked as his III In double form the gift was made; He gave them of His flesh and blood, That so the feast His love purveyed, Might prove for man sufficient foodII A traitor in His chosen band Betrays his Lord to death and grave; But ere He died, with His own hand Himself as food to man He gaveNeale, JIn the “Draft Hymnal,” prepared by a joint-committee of the three leading denominations in Scotland, there are 557 hymnsIn his large work, the “Spiritual Rose-garden,” there is a rosary on the birth of Christ, consisting of thirteen stanzas, which commence, Eja, mea anima, Bethlehem eamus30, Qμνuσαντες; Acts xviV They know how sweet the Lord can be, Who deeply drink His love divine; How blest, who find their all in Thee, Nor thirst for other joys than ThineII May He restrain from words of sin; For bitter strife give calm within; Veil from our eyes the garish light, That lures the soul to darkest nightNeale, Keble, and Canon BrightJoy, joy, &cPartly due to the influence of his fathers friend Joseph Manesty, he obtained a position as first mate aboard the slave ship Brownlow, bound for the West Indies via the coast of GuineaA parallel earlier story depicts John Newton (played by Bernhard Forcher) as the captain of a slave ship bound for America carrying Samuel's grandfatherII Come, Root of Jesse! for our foes In cruel snare our souls enclose;  Bring us, we pray, from hell’s dark cave, From gulf profound Thy people saveNewton in 1807 1.C xxviI O Light that from the light wast born, Redeemer of the world forlorn, In mercy now Thy suppliants spare, Our praise accept, and hear our prayerII Abide with us, O Lord, we pray, And cause Thy heavenly light to glow; Drive from our minds the clouds away, And let the world Thy sweetness know 48a4f088c3