1 Thou who roll’st the year around,
Crowned with mercies large and free,
Rich Thy gifts to us abound;
Warm our praise shall rise to Thee.
2 Kindly to our worship bow
While our grateful thanks we tell,
That, sustained by Thee, we now
Bid the parting year farewell.
3 All its numbered days are sped,
All its busy scenes are o’er,
All its joys forever fled,
All its sorrows felt no more.
4 Mingled with th’eternal past,
Its remembrance shall decay,
Yet to be revived at last
At the solemn Judgment Day.
5 All our follies, Lord, forgive;
Cleanse us from each guilty stain.
Let Thy grace within us live
That we spend not years in vain.
6 Then, when life’s last eve shall come,
Happy spirits, may we fly
To our everlasting home,
To our Father’s house on high!
|First Line:||Thou who roll'st the year around|
|Title:||Thou Who Roll'st the Year Around|
|Author:||Ray Palmer (1832)|
|Topic:||The Church Year: New Year's Eve|
|Name:||AUS DER TIEFE|
|Source:||"Nürnbergisches Gesangbuch," 1676|
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