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Ring out, ye throbbing stars of night

Hymnal: Carols Old and Carols New #77 (1916) Hymnal Title: Carols Old and Carols New Topics: Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: [Ring out, ye throbbing stars of night]

Ring Out, Ye Throbbing Stars Of Night

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #8895 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: Ring out, ye throbbing stars of night! Lyrics: 1 Ring out, ye throbbing stars of night! Fill all the world with rhythmic light For which men long have waited; For which men long have waited! Repeat the joyous song that rolled From Heav’n’s eternal depths of old When earth was first created, When earth was first created! Together sing! For God doth bring Jesus, the everlasting Lord, To be by all His works adored. 2 Break forth in praise, angelic throngs! Spread Bethlehem’s plains with sweetest songs, A cloud of uttered glory, A cloud of uttered glory! Enfold therein the shepherds meek, And those who fadeless pastures seek, Described in prophets’ story, Described in prophets’ story. Adore your king! For God doth bring Emanuel the holy Child By whom the world is reconciled. 3 Rejoice, ye waiting Jews devout! Let your victorious faith ring out In swelling Benedictus, In swelling Benedictus! The night of watching now is past, Redemption’s day has come at last, No more can fear afflict us, No more can fear afflict us. Let trumpets ring! For God doth bring The promised heir of David’s throne, Whose kingdom all the earth shall own! 4 Lift up, ye Gentiles from afar Your voice of triumph to the star On Sion’s forehead flaming, On Sion’s forehead flaming! For lo! It burns with heav’nly fire, Of cherished dreams and vague desire Fulfillment now proclaiming, Fulfillment now proclaiming! Let pæans ring! For God doth bring The King all nations longed to find! The light and leader of mankind! 5 Hark! how the bells together chime! All ringing in the golden time The age of love and glory, The age of love and glory! The choirs of Heav’n and those of earth Unite, O Christ! to hail Thy birth, All worlds as one adore Thee, All worlds as one adore Thee! One anthem rolls from ransomed souls From nature and each living thing To Thee, incarnate Son and King! Languages: English Tune Title: [Ring out, ye throbbing stars of night!]

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