|Text:||My God, Who Makes The Sun To Know|
|Composer:||John Bunyan Herbert|
1 My God, who makes the sun to know
His proper hour to rise;
And to give light to all below,
Doth send him round the skies!
2 When from the chambers of the east
His morning race begins,
He never tires, nor stops to rest,
But round the world he shines.
3 So, like the sun, would I fulfill
The business of the day;
Begin my work betimes, and still
March on my heav’nly way.
4 Give me, O Lord, Thy early grace,
Nor let my soul complain
That the young morning of my day
Has all been spent in vain!
|First Line:||My God, who makes the sun to know|
|Title:||My God, Who Makes The Sun To Know|
|Source:||Divine and Moral Songs, 1715|
|Composer:||John Bunyan Herbert (1890)|