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Peace Everywhere

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion (15th ed.) #586 (1866) Meter: Irregular Hymnal Title: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion (15th ed.) First Line: Nature hath seasons of repose Lyrics: Nature hath seasons of repose; Her slumbering clouds and quiet sky; And many a bright-faced stream that flows Forever noiselessly. The stormy winds are hushed to rest, And hang self-poised upon their wings; And nursed on mother nature’s breast, Flowers lie like sleeping things. The ocean, that in mountains ran, Spreads boundlessly without a wave; And is it only said of man, His peace is in the grave? Oh! for the coming of the end, The last long Sabbath-day of time, When peace from heaven shall descend, Like light, on every clime. For men in ships far off at sea Shall hear the happy nations raise The song of peace and liberty, And overflowing praise. Mankind shall be one brotherhood; One human soul shall fill the earth, And God shall say, “The world is good As when I gave it birth.” Languages: English
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Nature hath seasons of repose

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion. (10th ed.) #586 (1848) Hymnal Title: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion. (10th ed.) Languages: English
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Nature hath seasons of repose

Hymnal: Plymouth Collection #a83 (1863) Hymnal Title: Plymouth Collection
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Nature hath seasons of repose

Hymnal: Plymouth Collection of Hymns and Tunes; for the use of Christian Congregations #83 (1855) Hymnal Title: Plymouth Collection of Hymns and Tunes; for the use of Christian Congregations
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Nature hath seasons of repose

Author: Anon. Hymnal: The Voice of Praise #804 (1873) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: The Voice of Praise Lyrics: 1 Nature hath seasons of repose; Her slumbering clouds and quiet sky; And many a bright-faced stream that flows Onward for ever noiselessly. 2 The stormy winds are hushed to rest, And hang self-poised upon their wings; And, nursed on mother nature's breast, Sweet flowers lie like sleeping things. 3 The ocean, that in mountains ran, Spreads boundlessly without a wave; And is it only said of man, His peace is in the gloomy grave? 4 Oh, for the coming of the end, The last long Sabbath-day of time, When peace from heaven shall descend Like heaven's own light, on every clime. 5 When men in ships far off at sea Shall hear the happy nations raise The song of peace and liberty, The chant of overflowing praise. 6 Mankind shall be one brotherhood; One human soul shall fill the earth; And God shall say, The world is good, As in the day I gave it birth. Topics: The Christian Nation Brotherhood; The World's Unity

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