Clifford W. Ketchum
The Wonder Of It All - Poem by Clifford W. Ketchum
O Lord, your name excels above all names.
From age to age your glory fills the earth.
The splendor of the highest heaven proclaims
To all mankind your goodness and your worth.
When I consider heaven's vast domain -
-- The glory of the moon, the radiant stars-
The wonder of it all - that man should gain
Such exaltation - close to angels fair.
You gave to man dominion o'er the earth,
.. The sea, the sky, and all that moves there-in;
And you, in all your works, have shown your worth
From time eternal, ages without end.
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