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Glory Be to Jesus

Author: Edward Caswall, 1814-1878 Hymnal: Lutheran Book of Worship #95 (1978) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Glory be to Jesus, Who, in bitter pains, Poured for me the lifeblood From his sacred veins. 2 Grace and life eternal In that blood I find; Blest be his compassion, Infinitely kind. 3 Blest through endless ages Be the precious stream Which from endless torment Did the world redeem. 4 Abel’s blood for vengeance Pleaded to the skies; But the blood of Jesus For our pardon cries. 5 Oft as earth exulting Wafts its praise on high, Angel hosts rejoicing Make their glad reply. 6 Lift we then our voices, Swell the mighty flood; Louder still and louder Praise the precious blood. Topics: Lent; Lent 5; Lent Languages: English Tune Title: WEM IN LEIDENSTAGEN
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Glory be to Jesus

Author: E. Caswall (1814-1878) Hymnal: Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #126 (1987) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Glory be to Jesus, who, in bitter pains, poured for me the life-blood from his sacred veins. 2 Grace and life eternal in that blood I find, blessed be his compassion wonderfully kind! 3 Abel's book for vengeance pleaded to the skies, but the blood of Jesus for our pardon cries. 4 When that blood is sprinkled on our guilty hearts, Satan in confusion terror-struck departs. 5 When this earth exulting lifts its praise on high, angel hosts rejoicing make their glad reply. 6 Raise your thankful voices, swell the mighty flood; louder still and louder praise the Lamb of God! Topics: God, Saviour Suffering and Dying; The Fall; Lent 5, The King and the Kingdom The Victory of the Cross Languages: English Tune Title: CASWALL
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Undan vike smärtan

Hymnal: Lutherförbundets Sångbok #S9 (1913) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Undan vike smärtan, Ty i bönens ljud Mötas skilda hjärtan Då hos samme Gud, Mötas skilda hjärtan Då hos samme Gud. 2 Ut en suck sig smyger, Hörd af ingen vän; Bönens dufva flyger Hem til Gud med den, Bönens dufva flyger Hem til Gud med den. 3 Kommer sedan åter Med sitt glada bud, Lugnar den, som gråter, Hälsar ifrån Gud. Lugnar den, som gråter, Hälsar ifrån Gud. 4 Hälsar från de sälla, Och til jordens grus Bär från ljusets källa Värme, lif och ljus. Bär från ljusets källa Värme, lif och ljus. 5 Aldrig tröttas vingen, Aldrig källan töms: Gud, han glömmer ingen, Fast han ofta glöms. Gud, han glömmer ingen, Fast han ofta glöms. 6 Men mitt hjärta gömmer Evigt Herrens lag, Och min själ er glömmer Faderns anletsdrag. Och min själ er glömmer Faderns anletsdrag. 7 Kraft mig Fadern gifver I hvar pröfvostund; Evigt själen blifver Fast i hans förbund. Evigt själen blifver Fast i hans förbund. 8 Störe tidens smitta Ej min barndomstro, Må ej flärden hitta Till mitt hjärtas bo. Må ej flärden hitta Till mitt hjärtas bo. 9 Säkert han mig låter Vinna hvad jag bad, Sänder dufvan äter Med ett oljeblad. 10 Detta, kan jag hoppas, Sker af nåd mig så, Trofast intill änden Jag dock måste stå. Languages: Swedish Tune Title: UNDAN VILE SMÄRTAN

Now the day is over

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould, 1834-1924; Peter J. Horrobin, b. a9re; Greg P. Leavers, b. 1952 Hymnal: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #12 (2004) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Topics: Creation Evening Languages: English Tune Title: EUDOXIA
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Now the day is over

Hymnal: Voices of Praise #21 (1883) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh, Shadows of the evening Steal across the sky. 2 Now the darkness gathers, Stars begin to peep, Birds, and beasts, and flowers Soon will be asleep. 3 Jesus, give the weary Calm and sweet repose, With Thy tenderest blessing May our eyelids close. 4 Through the long night watches May Thine Angels spread Their white wings above me, Watching round my bed. 5 When the morning wakens, Then may I arise Pure and fresh and sinless In Thy holy eyes. 6 Glory to the Father, Glory to the Son, And to Thee, blest Spirit, Whilst all ages run. Amen. Topics: Evening; Festivals Languages: English Tune Title: EUDOXIA
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Listen to my prayer, Lord

Author: James Seddon, 1915-1983 Hymnal: The Book of Praise #35 (1997) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Listen to my prayer, Lord; hear my humble cry; when my heart is fainting, to your throne I fly. 2 In earth's farthest corner you will hear my voice: set me on your rock, Lord; then I shall rejoice. 3 You have been my shelter when the foe was near, as a tower of refuge shielding me from fear. 4 I will rest forever in your care and love, guarded and protected as by wings above. 5 All that I have promised, help me to fulfil, and in all who love you work your perfect will. 6 May your truth and mercy keep me all my days; let my words and actions be my songs of praise! Topics: God Refuge and Strength; God Love and Grace of; Metrical Psalms; Praise; Rest; Rock; Truth Scripture: Psalm 61 Languages: English Tune Title: LISTENING
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Now the day is over

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould, 1834-1924 Hymnal: The Hymnal 1982 #42 (1985) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Now the day is over, night is drawing nigh, shadows of the evening steal across the sky. 2 Jesus, give the weary calm and sweet repose; with thy tenderest blessing may our eyelids close. 3 Grant to little children visions bright of thee; guard the sailors tossing on the deep, blue sea. 4 Comfort every sufferer watching late in pain; those who plan some evil from their sin restrain. 5 Through the long night watches may thine angels spread their white wings above me, watching round my bed. 6 When the morning wakens, then may I arise pure, and fresh, and sinless in thy holy eyes. Topics: Compline Languages: English Tune Title: MERRIAL
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Now The Day Is Over

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home #48 (1927) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh; Shadows of the evening Steal across the sky. 2 Jesus, give the weary Calm and sweet repose; With Thy tend'rest blessing May our eyelids close. 3 Grant to little children Visions bright of Thee; Guard the sailors tossing On the deep blue sea. 4 Comfort ev'ry suff'rer Watching late in pain; Those who plan some evil From their sins restrain. 5 Through the long night-watches, May Thine angels spread Their white wings above me, Watching 'round my bed. 6 When the morning wakens, Then may I arise Pure, and fresh, and sinless In Thy holy eyes. Topics: Morning and Evening Languages: English Tune Title: [Now the day is over]
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Now The Day Is Over

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home (2nd ed.) #48 (1928) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh; Shadows of the evening Steal across the sky. 2 Jesus, give the weary Calm and sweet repose; With Thy tend'rest blessing May our eyelids close. 3 Grant to little children Visions bright of Thee; Guard the sailors tossing On the deep blue sea. 4 Comfort ev'ry suff'rer Watching late in pain; Those who plan some evil From their sin restrain. 5 Through the long night-watches, May Thine angels spread Their white wings above me, Watching 'round my bed. 6 When the morning wakens, Then may I arise Pure, and fresh, and sinless In Thy holy eyes. Topics: Morning and Evening Languages: English
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Now the Day Is Over

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould Hymnal: The Hymnal of The Evangelical United Brethren Church #50 (1957) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Lyrics: 1 Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh; Shadows of the evening Steal across the sky. 2 Jesus, give the weary Calm and sweet repose; With Thy tenderest blessing May our eyelids close. 3 Grant to little children Visions bright of Thee; Guard the sailors tossing On the deep blue sea. 4 Comfort every sufferer Watching late in pain; Those who plan some evil From their sins restrain. 5 Through the long night-watches, May Thine angels spread Their white wings above me, Watching round my bed. 6 When the morning wakens, Then may I arise Pure, and fresh, and sinless In Thy holy eyes. Amen. Topics: Worship Evening Scripture: Psalm 4:8 Tune Title: MERRIAL

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