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Arise, my soul, and gaily sing

Author: John Brownlie Hymnal: Hymns from the East #39 (1907) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Hymns from the East Lyrics: I Arise, my soul, and gaily sing The praise of thine Immortal King; The heavens His matchless power adore,— Awake, and sing for evermore. II The morning dawns at His command, And lights the world o’er sea and land; And upwards, see the sun arise, To shed its glories from the skies. III But falls the twilight o’er our heads, And night its sable curtain spreads; For all His kingly words obey,— The dark of night, the light of day. IV O heavenly King, in every soul, The darkness of our night control; And ’mid the blackness of that night, Speak Thou the word, “Let there be light.” V And as the morn from darkness springs, To speed to earth on silent wings, A dawn more glorious shall awake, And bright upon our spirits break. VI O Sun of Righteousness, arise, And fill our souls with glad surprise; Nor into dark of night decline, But aye at noontide brightly shine. VII All glory to the God of Might, And to the Son, the Light of light; And to the Spirit, Three in One, Eternal while the ages run. Topics: Aspirations Languages: English
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Arise, my soul, and gaily sing

Author: John Brownlie Hymnal: Hymns of the Russian Church #111b (1920) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Hymns of the Russian Church Lyrics: Arise, my soul, and gaily sing The praise of Thine immortal King; The heavens His matchless power adore,-- Arise, and sing for evermore. The morning dawns at His command, And lights the world o'er sea and land; And upwards, see, the sun arise To shed its glories from the skies. 112 And falls the twilight o'er our heads, When night its sable curtain spreads, For all His Kingly words obey,-- The dark of night, the light of day. O, heavenly King, in every soul The darkness of our night control, And in the blackness of that night, Speak Thou the word "Let there be light." And as the morn from darkness springs, And speeds to earth on silent wings, A dawn more glorious shall awake, And bright upon our spirits break. O, Sun of Righteousness, arise! And fill our souls with glad surprise, Nor into dark of night decline, But aye at noon-tide brightly shine. Languages: English

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