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The Light of His Coming

Author: A. B. W. Hymnal: Hymns of the Second Coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ #66 (1911) Person Name: A. B. W. First Line: The light of His coming is flashing afar Refrain First Line: Rejoice, O ye faithful, the circling of years Languages: English Tune Title: [The light of His coming is flashing afar]
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The Light Of His Coming

Author: A. B. W. Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #14967 Meter: 11.11.11.11 D Person Name: A. B. W. First Line: The light of His coming is flashing afar Refrain First Line: Rejoice, O ye faithful, the circling of years Lyrics: 1 The light of His coming is flashing afar, The rising and glory of Bethlehem’s star, The heavens receive Him no longer from sight, Descending, encompassed with seraphim bright. Refrain: Rejoice, O ye faithful, the circling of years Has hastened His coming to dry up your tears; The sweet fields of Eden again are restored— The kingdoms of earth now belong to your Lord. 2 He comes, the Messiah, to harvest the earth, The gems of His crown are bright jewels of worth; The mantle of death is now folded away, The faithful of ages are born in a day. [Refrain] 3 Behold the despisèd, the crucified One, Once led to the cross, now ascending the throne; The kings of the earth cast their crowns at His feet, The hosts of the heavens His praises repeat. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: VINNYTSIA
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Glory in the Highest

Author: A. C. Hymnal: Always Welcome #74 (1879) Person Name: A. C. First Line: Hark, the angels singing Refrain First Line: Glory! glory! glory! Languages: English Tune Title: [Hark, the angels singing]
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The rising light adorning

Author: A. C. Hymnal: The Voice of Praise #90 (1873) Person Name: A. C. Lyrics: 1 The rising light adorning, Each day with beams renewed, Announces every morning, The Lord is every good! The gentle, lute-like vespers, That murmur through the wood, In quiet breathings whisper, The Lord is ever good! 2 The fragrant Spring, displaying Her beauteous flowerhood Along the vales, is saying, The Lord is ever good! As Autumn strews before us Her plenteous stores of food, We all respond in chorus, The Lord is ever good! 3 Our sunny days of pleasure, When cares do not intrude, Speak sweetly this glad measure, The Lord is every good! When clouds of sorrow near us, In hours of solitude, Still, still do these words cheer us, The Lord is ever good! 4 The child's light, merry laughter Proclaims in cheerful mood, As echo answers after, The Lord is good--is good! The man, whose frame is riven By age and servitude, May raise his eyes to heaven, And say, The Lord is good! Topics: Attributes of God Goodness; The Lord is Good
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Refuge of the Soul

Author: A. D. R. Hymnal: Melodies of Grace and Truth #25 (1908) Person Name: A. D. R. First Line: I hear the sweet welcome, the echoes awaking Refrain First Line: Come unto Me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden Lyrics: 1 I hear the sweet welcome, the echoes awaking, That calls me to Jesus, my Saviour and Friend; O, say, is there joy for the heart that is breaking? A have at last when the voyage shall end? Chorus: "Come unto Me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, And I will give you rest; Take My yoke upon you and learn of Me, and ye shall find rest, Sweet rest unto your souls." 2 How anxious the load of the sin that oppresses! How eager the hopes in my bosom that burn! O, God, could I speak what my trembling confesses, In love would'st Thou bid a poor rebel return? [Chorus] 3 I come, Lord; I fly to the refuge provided, No longer a rebel and stranger to grace; From sin, and from sorrow, and danger divided, I rest evermore in Thy loving embrace. [Chorus] Languages: English

Shalom Chaverim

Author: A. D. Z. Hymnal: Sing and Rejoice! #108 (1979) Person Name: A. D. Z. First Line: Shalom, my friends! Shalom, my friends! (Shalom chaverim! Shalom, chaverim!) Topics: Parting and Benediction; Rounds and Canons Languages: English; Hebrew Tune Title: [Shalom, my friends]
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Thanksgiving Song

Author: A. E. A. Hymnal: Beginner and Primary Songs #80 (1915) Person Name: A. E. A. First Line: All summer long, in perfume strong Languages: English Tune Title: [All summer long, in perfume strong]
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God of the morning! we bow at Thine altar

Author: A. G. R. Hymnal: Daily Hymns #16 (1868) Person Name: A. G. R. Languages: English
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Day's weary work is done

Author: A. G. R. Hymnal: Daily Hymns #18 (1868) Person Name: A. G. R. Languages: English
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God knows the best!

Author: A. G. R. Hymnal: Daily Hymns #27 (1868) Person Name: A. G. R. Languages: English

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