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  • #209, Long Meter

    1) We are a garden walled around,

       Chosen and made peculiar ground,

       A little spot enclosed by grace

       Out of the world’s wild wilderness.


    2) Like trees of myrrh and spice we stand,

       Planted by God the Father’s hand;

       And all his springs in Zion flow,

       To make the young plantation grow.


    3) Awake, O heavenly wind, and come,

       Blow on this garden of perfume:

       Spirit divine, descend and breathe

       A gracious gale on plants beneath.


    4) Make our best spices flow abroad

       To entertain our Saviour God;

       And faith and love and joy appear,

       And every grace be active here.


    From Lloyd, Benjamin, The Primitive Hymns, Rocky Mount, North Carolina: The Primitive Hymns Corporation, 1975.

    Published: 17 August 2010
    © 2010 Laurie Kay Sommers and Southern Spaces