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" Hallelujah !" And when he came to that word, " do not forsake us," he burst into tears, and wept much, and an hour after he began to repeat what he had commenced, and we, hearing it, mourned with him. By turns we read, and by turns we wept, nay, we wept... "
The Complete Works of Venerable Bede: Life, poems, letters, etc - Page lxxx
by Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1843
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed ..., Volume 2; Volume 77

Cassell, ltd - 1876 - 466 pages
...after its departure." He also sang autiphons according to our custom and his own, one of which is, " 0 glorious King, Lord of all power, who, triumphing...Spirit of truth which was promised to us by the Father. Hullclujah." And when he came to that word, " do not forsake us," he burst into tears, and wept much,...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

1881
...is, ' 0 glorious King, Lord of all power, who triumphing this day [Ascension-day, on which he died] didst ascend above all the heavens : do not forsake...which was promised to us by the Father. Hallelujah !'" This precious treasure, which constituted the " swan-song " of the monk of Jarrow — and so moved...
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The Story of English Literature

Anna Jane Buckland - 1882 - 519 pages
...in our poetry, he said some things also in our tongue. He also sang antiphons, one of which is, 'O glorious King, Lord of all power, who triumphing this...us by the Father. Hallelujah.' And when he came to these words, ' do not forsake us,' he burst into tears, and wept much, and an hour after he began to...
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Many voices [by M. Tollemache].

Mrs. Marguerite Tollemache - 1883 - 286 pages
...made this Collect an invocation to the Father instead of to the Second Person of the Trinity : ' O Glorious King, Lord of all Power, Who triumphing this...which was promised to us by the Father. Hallelujah ! ' When he came to those words, ' Do not forsake us,' he burst into tears. The same Cuthbert relates...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged by H. Morley

Cassell, ltd - 1883 - 492 pages
...after its departure." He also sang antiphons according to our custom and hi» own, one of which is, " 0 glorious King, Lord of all power, who, triumphing this day, didst ascend above all the hoavena; do not forsake us orphans ; but send down upon us the Spirit of truth which was promised to...
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Time Flies: A Reading Diary

Christina Georgina Rossetti - 1886 - 326 pages
...uttered towards the close of his life, may inspirit us, our first quotation being poetical: — " O Glorious King, Lord of all Power, Who, triumphing this day, didst ascend up above the heavens, leave us not orphans; but send down on us from the Father the Spirit of Truth,...
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Witnesses for Christ and Memorials of Church Life: From the Fourth ..., Volume 2

Edward Backhouse, Charles Tylor - 1887 - 640 pages
...according to our custom : ' 0 Glorious King, Lord of Powers, who triumphing this day, didst ascend above the heavens; do not forsake us orphans; but send down upon us the Father's promised Spirit of Truth.' When he came to that word ' do not forsake us,' he burst into tears...
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English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature, Volume 2

Henry Morley - 1888 - 458 pages
...its departure.' " He also sang antiphons according to our custom and his own, one of which is, ' O glorious King, Lord of all power, who, triumphing...came to that word, 'do not forsake us,' he burst into tears,-and wept much, and an hour after he began to repeat what he had commenced, and we, hearing it,...
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Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1907 - 488 pages
...departure.' " He also sang antiphons for our comfort and his own. One of these is, ' O King of Glory, Lord of all power, Who, triumphing this day, didst ascend above all the heavens, leave us not comfortless, but send to us the promise of the Father, even the Spirit of Truth — Hallelujah.'...
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The Way of the Mountains

Elias Hershey Sneath - 1916 - 312 pages
...ever seen a man so earnest in thanking God. He sang anthems for us, one of which is : O King of glory, Lord of all power, Who, triumphing this day, Didst ascend above all heavens ; Leave us not orphans, But send upon us the Spirit of Truth, The promise of the Father. Alleluiah....
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