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The day is past and gone

Author: John Leland Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #317 (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 The day is past and gone, The ev'ning shades appear; O may I ever keep in mind, The night of death draws near. 2 Lord keep me safe this night, Secure from all my fears: May angels guard me while I sleep, Till morning light appears. 3 And when I early rise, And view th' unwearied sun, May I set out to win the prize, And after glory run: 4 That when my days are past, And I from time remove, Lord I may in Thy bosom rest, The bosom of Thy love. Topics: The Catechism Evening Languages: English Tune Title: DENNIS
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Twilight

Author: J. A. Freylinghausen, d. 1739 Hymnal: Hymns of Ter Steegen and Others (Second Series) #107 (1899) Hymnal Title: Hymns of Ter Steegen and Others (Second Series) First Line: The day is gone—my soul looks on Lyrics: The day is gone—my soul looks on To that eternal Day, When all our sorrow, all our sin, Have fled and passed away. The golden sun is sunk and gone, Thou Light of Heaven above, Thou Glory of eternal day, My sunshine is Thy love. Each living thing lies slumbering From care and labour free; May I, O Lord, be still and watch Thy hidden work in me. But when shall cease the changefulness Of morning and of night? Then when the Glory of the Lord Is our eternal Light. No cloud shall come, no evening gloom On Salem shall descend; The Lord her everlasting Day, Her mourning at an end. All praise to Thee! Oh there to be Amidst that music-flood! The many waters echoing round The golden shores of God. O Jesus mine, Thou Rest divine, Lead me to Zion’s height, Where I, with all Thy ransomed ones, Shall walk with Thee in white. Languages: English

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