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Peacefully Lay Him Down to Rest

Author: Anon. Meter: 8.8.8.9 with refrain Appears in 27 hymnals Scripture: 2 Samuel 1:26 First Line: Peacefully lay (her him) down to rest Refrain First Line: Peacefully sleep Lyrics: 1 Peacefully lay (her him) down to rest; Place the turf kindly o'er (her his) breast; Sweet be the slumber 'neath the sod, While the pure soul is resting with God. Refrain: Peacefully sleep, Sleep till that morning, Yes, peacefully sleep. 2 Close to (her his) lone and narrow house, Gracefully wave, ye willow boughs; Flow'rs of the wildwood odors shed Over the holy, beautiful dead. [Refrain] 3 Quietly sleep, beloved one, Rest from thy toil, thy labor's done; Rest till the trump from th' op'ning skies Bids thee from dust to glory arise! [Refrain] Topics: Book Four: Occasional Selections, Gospel Songs and Hymns; Services, Occasions Funeral Used With Tune: SLEEP TILL THAT MORNING
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His Love Is Wonderful

Author: T. O. Chisholm Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: 2 Samuel 1:26 First Line: His love is more than all my dreams Topics: The Christian Love and Gratitude Used With Tune: CHISHOLM
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David's mournful Elegy

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: 2 Samuel 1:17 First Line: Upon the places high is slain Lyrics: 19 Upon the places high is slain The flow'r of Israel. How are the mighty fallen down: 20 In Gath this never tell: Nor shew't in streets of Askelon, Lest Philistines rejoyce, Lest daughters of th' uncircumcis'd Should make triumphant noise. 21 Ye mountains high of Gilboah Left there be never dew. Nor rain, nor fields of offerings Let ever be on you. For there the mighty one his shield Receiv'd disgraceful foil: The shield of Saul, as he had not Anointed been with oyl. 22 The bow of Jon'than did not turn Back from the blood of slain, From fat of mighty, and Saul's sword Did not return in vain. 23 Most lovely Saul and Jonathan, And pleasant did abide Whilst they did live and in their death Them nothing did divide They swifter than the eagles were, The lions did excell 24 In strength. O weep ye over Saul, Daughters of Israel. Who did in scarlet you array, With deckings manifold, Who did on your apparel lay The ornaments of gold. 25 In midst of the fierce battle how, The mighty fallen lie. O Jonathan cut off wast thou, Upon thy places high! 26 O thou my brother Jonathan, I am diftress'd for theem A loving dear companion Thou hast been unto me. Thy love to me in wonder past The love of women far: 27 How are the mighty fallen, and waste The weapons are of war!
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An Anthem

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: 2 Samuel 1 First Line: the beauty of Israel is slain Lyrics: the beauty of Israel is slain is slain upon thy high places how are the mighty faln tell in ton in Gath publish it not in the Streets of Askelon let the daughters of the Philistines rejoice and the daughters of the uncircumcised triumph Saul and Jonathan were lovely were altogether lovely and pleasant in their lives and in their deaths they were not divided they were swifter than Eagles and stronger than Lions how are the mighty fall'n ye daughters of Israel weep over Saul who cloathed you in scarlet with other delights who put ornaments of Gold upon your Apparel how are the mighty fall'n O Jonathan O Jonathan very pleasant hast thou been unto me thy love to me was wonderfull passing the love of Women how are the mighty fall'n Used With Tune: [The beauty of Israel is slain]

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