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Where Wilt Thou Go, Since Night Draws Near

Author: A. Crull; E. C. Homburg Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #451 (1930) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal First Line: Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near? Lyrics: 1 Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near? Say whither now, Thou Pilgrim dear? Come, Jesus mine! be Thou my guest, And in my heart find welcome rest. 2 Let me entreat Thee, dearest Friend, For truly I the best intend: Thou knowest that Thou ever art A welcome guest unto my heart. 3 The day is now far spent and gone, It is tow'rd evening, night comes on; O bide with me throughout this night And be my cheer, Thou Light of light. 4 Shine in my soul and light the way That leads to everlasting day, That I may never be misled, Though sin's dread night be round me spread. 5 And when I on my death-bed lie, Help me and let me gently die. O stay, I will not let Thee go! Thou wilt not leave me, Lord, I know. Amen. Topics: The Church Year Easter Languages: English Tune Title: FEDERAL STREET

Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near

Author: A. Crull; E. C. Hamburg Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn Book with Tunes #d519 (1912) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn Book with Tunes Languages: English
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Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book #97 (1893) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book Lyrics: 1 WHERE wilt Thou go, since night draws near, O Jesus Christ, Thou Pilgrim dear? Lord, make me happy, be my Guest, And in my heart, O deign to rest. 2 Grant my request, O dearest Friend, For truly, I Thy best intend; Thou knowest that Thou ever art A welcome Guest unto my heart. 3 The day is now far spent and gone, 'Tis toward evening, night comes on; Then stay with me, Thou heavenly Light, And do not leave me in this night. 4 Enlighten me that from the way That leads to heaven, I may not stray, That I may never be misled, Though night of sin is round me spread. 5 And when I on my death-bed lie, Help me, and let me gently die. O stay! I will not let Thee go! Thou wilt not leave me, Lord, I know. Topics: Easter Languages: English
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Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book #227 (1918) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book Lyrics: 1 Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near, O Jesus Christ, Thou Pilgrim dear? Lord, make me happy, be my Guest, And in my heart, O deign to rest. 2 Grant my request, O dearest Friend, For truly I Thy best intend; Thou knowest that Thou ever art A welcome Guest unto my heart. 3 The day is now far spent and gone, The shades of night come quickly on; Abide with me, Thou heavenly Light, And do not leave me in this night. 4 Enlighten me that from the way That leads to heaven I may not stray, That I may never be misled, Though night of sin is round me spread. 5 And when I on my death-bed lie, Help me, and let me gently die. Abide! I will not let Thee go! Thou wilt not leave me, Lord, I know. Topics: Easter Languages: English
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Where wilt Thou go? since night draws near

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #93 (1880) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Where wilt Thou go? since night draws near-- Say whither now? Thou Pilgrim dear; Come, Jesus mine! Be Thou my Guest, And in my heart find welcome rest. 2 Let me entreat Thee, dearest Friend, For truly, I the best intend: Thou knowest that Thou ever art A welcome Guest unto my heart. 3 The day is now far spent and gone, It is toward ev'ning, night comes on; O bide with me throughout this night, And be my Cheer, Thou Light of light. 4 Shine in my soul and light the way That leads to everlasting day, That I may never be misled, Though sins dread night be round me spread. 5 And when I on my death-bed lie Help me, and let me gently die. O stay! I will not let Thee go! Thou wilt not leave me, Lord, I know. Topics: The Church Year Easter Languages: English
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Where wilt Thou go? since night draws near

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. #a93 (1895) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. Lyrics: 1 Where wilt Thou go? since night draws near-- Say whither now? Thou Pilgrim dear; Come, Jesus mine! Be Thou my Guest, And in my heart find welcome rest. 2 Let me entreat Thee, dearest Friend, For truly, I the best intend: Thou knowest that Thou ever art A welcome Guest unto my heart. 3 The day is now far spent and gone, It is toward ev'ning, night comes on; O bide with me throughout this night, And be my Cheer, Thou Light of light. 4 Shine in my soul and light the way That leads to everlasting day, That I may never be misled, Though sins dread night be round me spread. 5 And when I on my death-bed lie Help me, and let me gently die. O stay! I will not let Thee go! Thou wilt not leave me, Lord, I know. Topics: The Church Year Easter Languages: English
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Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near?

Author: Johann Scheffler (Angelus Silesius); Rev. August Crull Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #93 (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 Where wilt Thou go? since night draws near-- Say whither now? Thou Pilgrim dear; Come, Jesus mine! be Thou my Guest, And in my heart find welcome rest. 2 Let me entreat Thee, dearest Friend, For truly, I the best intend: Thou knowest that Thou ever art A welcome Guest unto my heart. 3 The day is now far spent and gone, It is toward ev'ning, night comes on; O bide with me throughout this night, And be my cheer, Thou Light of light. 4 Shine in my soul and light the way That leads to everlasting day, That I may never be misled, Though sin's dread night be round me spread. 5 And when I on my death-bed lie Help me, and let me gently die. O stay! I will not let Thee go! Thou wilt not leave me, Lord, I know. Topics: The Church Year Easter Languages: English Tune Title: DUKE STREET
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Where Wilt Thou Go

Author: Unknown; A. Crull, 1845-1923 Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary #578 (1996) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary First Line: Where wilt Thou go since night draws near Lyrics: 1 Where wilt Thou go since night draws near, O Jesus Christ, Thou Pilgrim dear? Lord, make me happy, be my Guest, And in my heart, O deign to rest. 2 Grant my request, O dearest Friend, For truly I the best intend; Thou knowest that Thou ever art A welcome Guest unto my heart. 3 The day is now far spent and gone, The shades of night come quickly on; Abide with me, Thou heav'nly Light, And do not leave me in this night. 4 Enlighten me that from the way That leads to heav'n I may not stray, That I may never be misled, Though night of sin is round me spread. 5 And when I on my death-bed lie, Help me that I in peace may die. Abide! I will not let Thee go. Thou wilt not leave me, Lord, I know. Languages: English Tune Title: ACH BLEIB BEI UNS

Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near

Author: A. Crull; E. C. Hamburg Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnbook (Lutheran Conference of Missouri and Other States) #d374 (1889) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnbook (Lutheran Conference of Missouri and Other States) Languages: English

Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near

Author: A. Crull; E. C. Hamburg Hymnal: Hymnal for Church, School and Home #d171 (1908) Hymnal Title: Hymnal for Church, School and Home Languages: English

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