|Text:||O Splendor of God's Glory Bright|
|Author:||Ambrose of Milan|
|Tune:||PUER NOBIS NASCITUR|
1 O Splendor of God’s glory bright,
from light eternal bringing light;
O Light of Light, light’s living spring,
true Day, all days illumining:
2 Come, Holy Sun of heavenly love,
rain down your radiance from above,
and to our inward hearts convey
the Holy Spirit’s cloudless ray.
3 O joyful be the passing day
with thoughts as clear as morning’s ray,
with faith like noontide shining bright,
our souls unshadowed by the night.
4 O Lord, with each returning morn,
your image to our heart is born;
O may we ever clearly view
our Savior and our God in you.
|First Line:||O Splendor of God's glory bright|
|Title:||O Splendor of God's Glory Bright|
|Author:||Ambrose of Milan (374 c.)|
|Topic:||Celebrating Time; Evening; Faith(3 more...)|
|Name:||PUER NOBIS NASCITUR|
|Adapter:||Michael Praetorius (1609)|
|Source:||Trier ms., 15th cent.|
|Notes:||(alternate harmonization, 67)|
This morning hymn is based on a Latin text attributed to a 4th-century bishop. It weaves various images of Christ as Light with light-based descriptions of each day’s passing. It is set to a dance-like tune from at least the 15th century that enhances the energy in the text.
|Audio recording:||Audio (MP3)|
|THAT EASTER DAY WITH JOY WAS BRIGHT (Presbyterian 121)|
PowerPoint Presentation for Projection
|Glad Tidings! (A Christmas Collection for Organ)||Hymns for Handbells, Vol. 2||Puer Nobis (Variations)|