This hymn from Isaac Watts speaks of the worship that is due to the Blessed Trinity. It is Hymn 11 in Asahel Nettleton's Village Hymns for Social Worship.
Father of glory, to thy name
Immortal praise we give.
Who dost an act of grace proclaim,
And bid us rebels live.
Immortal honor to the Son,
Who makes thine anger cease;
Our lives he ransom'd with his own,
And dy'd to make our peace.
To thine Almighty Spirit be
Immortal glory given,
Whose influence brings us near to thee,
And trains us up for Heaven.
Let men, with their united voice,
Adore th' eternal God,
And spread his honors and their joys,
Through nations far abroad.
Let faith, and love, and duty join,
One general song to raise:
Let saints in earth and Heaven combine,
In harmony and praise.