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SEYMOUR 7. 7. 7. 7.

Arr. fr. Carl M. von Weber, 1826

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NOW.

OW from the altar of my heart

Let incense-flames arise: Assist me, Lord, to offer up

Mine evening sacrifice.

2 This day God was my Sun and Shield,

My Keeper and my Guide;
His care was on my frailty shown,

His mercies multiplied.

3 Minutes and mercies multiplied

Have made up all this day:
Minutes came quick, but mercies were

More fleet and free than they.

4 New time, new favor, and new joys

Do a new song require:
Till I shall praise Thee as I would,

Accept my heart's desire.

5 Lord of my time, whose hand hath set

New time upon my score,
Then shall I praise for all my time,
When time shall be no more.

John Mason, 1683

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NOW
OW 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 mine 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.

Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865

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The Lord's Day MENDEBRAS 7. 6. 7. 6. D.

German Melody Arr. by Lowell Mason, 1839

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