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108. Tegn skal der ske for Dommedag

1 Tegn skal der ske for Dommedag
Vaade i Sol, og i Maane,
Da under Dybets Bølgeslag
Vrimlen af folkene daane,
Og før den Slægt er sovet hen,
Kommer vor Herre selv igjen,
Dødes og Levendes Dommer.

2 Verden er stolt af største Kløgt,
Siger, den Alt har ransaget,
Himmelens Kræfter undersøgt,
Slet ingen Fare opdaget;
Men det er Verdens gamle Skik,
Tryggest den sov, da den forgik
Fordum i Syndflodens Vande.

3 Himmel og Jord de skal forgaa,
Som de er nu at beskue!
Sandhedens Ord det skal bestaa,
Trods Elementernes Lue,
Møde vi Herren skal i Sky,
Himmel og Jord da gjøres ny,
Sandhed og Kjærlighed seire!

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First Line: Tegn skal der ske for Dommedag
Author: Grundtvig
Language: Norwegian
Publication Date: 1897
Topic: Anden Søndag I Advent: Til Høimesse; Second Sunday in Advent: High Mass; Aarvaagenhed (4 more...)
Notes: Som: Kirken den er et gammelt Hus (Nr. 589)
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