Ian Anderson 11 a.m., Aug. 27
“A Fourefould Meditation on the Foure Last Things”
- Lo! here the look which Angels do admire!
- Lo! here the spring from whom all goodness flows!
- Lo! here the sight that men and saints desire!
- Lo! here the stalks on which our comfort grows!
- Lo this is she whom Heaven and earth embrace,
- Whom God did choose and filled full of grace.
- And next to her, but in a higher throne,
- Our Saviour in his manhood sitteth here:
- From whom proceeds all perfect joy alone,
- And in whose face all glory doth appear:
- The saints’ delight conceived cannot be,
- When they a man the Lord of angels see!
- They ravished are with joy in seeing this,
- How Christ our Lord the highest place obtains:
- They now behold the seat of endless bliss,
- And joy to mark how he in triump[h] reigns
- What joy to men moreover can befall
- Than here to see a man the Lord of all?
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