|Text:||'Tis Midnight; and on Olive's Brow|
|Author:||William B. Tappan|
|Composer:||William B. Bradbury|
1 'Tis midnight; and on Olive's brow
the star is dimmed that lately shone:
'tis midnight; in the garden now
the suff'ring Savior prays alone.
2 'Tis midnight; and, from all removed,
Emmanuel wrestles lone with fears:
e'en the disciple that he loved
heeds not his master's grief and tears.
3 'Tis midnight; and, for others' guilt,
the Man of Sorrows weeps in blood:
yet he that hath in anguish knelt
is not forsaken by his God.
4 'Tis midnight; from the heav'nly plains
is borne the song that angels know:
unheard by mortals are the strains
that sweetly soothe the Savior's woe.
|First Line:||'Tis midnight; and on Olive's brow|
|Title:||'Tis Midnight; and on Olive's Brow|
|Author:||William B. Tappan (1822)|
|Topic:||Jesus Christ: His Suffering; Christ: Loneliness of; Christ: Man of Sorrows|
|In Calvary's Shadow: A Tenebrae Service||PASSION AND GLORY OF THE RISEN CHRIST, THE||TIS MIDNIGHT – AND ON OLIVE'S BROW (Praise! Our Songs and Hymns 226)|
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