Words: , 1842 (Wa­kan­tan­ka ta­ku ni­ta­wa). Ap­peared in the Da­ko­ta In­di­an Hymn­al, 1916; trans­lat­ed from Da­ko­ta to Eng­lish by Phil­ip Fra­zier, 1929.

Music: Lacquiparle, Amer­i­can In­di­an tune, adapt­ed by Jo­seph Ren­ville.

Many and great, O God, are Thy things,
Maker of earth and sky;
Thy hands have set the heavens with stars;
Thy fingers spread the mountains and plains.
Lo, at Thy Word the waters were formed;
Deep seas obey Thy voice.

Grant unto us communion with Thee,
Thou star abiding One;
Come unto us and dwell with us;
With Thee are found the gifts of life,
Bless us with life that has no end,
Eternal life with Thee.