October 27, 2020
I debated sharing here, the yanking of an old hymn tune, would it appeal to anyone else? Universalist-Unitarians have a version of this in their hymnal, with a strong 'nature' aspect: "Suns and planets chorus, praise to Thee, Most Holy, who was, and is, and evermore shall be." William Channing Gannett kept that line from the original lyrics by Reginald Heber.
I hint back to those with "Great sustaining Lord of eternity", "Lord of Eternity" being one of Ptah's titles.
Titles found on a stela, British Museum #EA286, (this image derived from a scan of it found in the Bierbrier book)
Ptah, Lord of Ma'at, Perfect of Face, Upon his Throne, Great Lord of Eternity.
Joan Lansberry, 10-25-2020
This isn't the first time I've adapted old traditional hymns, I have also a Morning Doxology, February 11, 2016 and Now Is Darkness (new words for "Ode to Joy") March 29, 2020.|