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73. And Is the Time Approaching?

1. And is the time approaching,
By prophets long foretold,
When all shall dwell together,
One Shepherd and one fold?
Shall every idol perish,
To moles and bats be thrown,
And every prayer be offered
To God in Christ alone?

2. Shall Jew and Gentile, meeting
From many a distant shore,
Around one altar kneeling,
One common Lord adore?
Shall all that now divides us
Remove, and pass away
Like shadows of the morning
Before the blaze of day?

3. Shall all that now unites us
More sweet and lasting prove,
A closer bond of union
In a blest land of love?
Shall war be learned no longer,
Shall strife and tumult cease;
All earth His blessèd kingdom,
The Lord and Prince of Peace?

4. O long expected dawning,
Come with Thy cheering ray;
When shall the morning brighten,
The shadows flee away?
O sweet anticipation!
It cheers the watchers on
To pray, and hope, and labor,
Till the dark night be gone.

Text Information
First Line: And is the time approaching
Title: And Is the Time Approaching?
Author: Jane Borthwick (1859)
Meter: 76.76 D
Source: Thoughtful Hours, 1859
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: SAVOY CHAPEL
Composer: John Baptiste Calkin (1870)
Meter: 76.76 D
Incipit: 55332 21114 43222
Key: F Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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