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Long Before the World Is Waking

Author: Timothy Dudley-Smith, b. 1926 Hymnal: Hymnal Supplement 98 #832 (1998) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: Hymnal Supplement 98 Lyrics: 1 Long before the world is waking, Morning mist on Galilee, From the shore, as dawn is breaking, Jesus calls across the sea; Hails the boat of weary men, Bids them cast their net again. 2 So they cast, and all their heaving Cannot haul their catch aboard; John in wonder turns, perceiving, Cries aloud, "It is the Lord!" Peter waits for nothing more, Plunges in to swim ashore. 3 Charcoal embers brightly burning, Bread and fish upon them laid: Jesus stands at day's returning In His risen life arrayed; As of old His friends to greet, "Here is breakfast; come and eat." 4 Christ is risen! Grief and sighing, Sins and sorrows, fall behind; Fear and failure, doubt, denying, Full and free forgiveness find. All the soul's dark night is past, Morning breaks in joy at last. 5 Morning breaks, and Jesus meets us, Feeds and comforts, pardons still; As His faithful friends He greets us, Partners of His work and will. All our days, on ev'ry shore, Christ is ours for evermore! Topics: Easter; Morning Scripture: John 21:1-17 Languages: English Tune Title: ALL SAINTS (ZEUCH MICH)
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Long before the World Is Waking

Author: Timothy Dudley-Smtih, b. 1926 Hymnal: Lutheran Service Book #485 (2006) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: Lutheran Service Book Lyrics: 1 Long before the world is waking, Morning mist on Galilee, From the shore, as dawn is breaking, Jesus calls across the sea; Hails the boat of weary men, Bids them cast their net again. 2 So they cast, and all their heaving Cannot haul their catch aboard; John in wonder turns, perceiving, Cries aloud, "It is the Lord!" Peter waits for nothing more, Plunges in to swim ashore. 3 Charcoal embers brightly burning, Bread and fish upon them laid: Jesus stands at day's returning In his risen life arrayed; As of old his friends to greet, "Here is breakfast; come and eat." 4 Christ is risen! Grief and sighing, Sins and sorrows, fall behind; Fear and failure, doubt, denying, Full and free forgiveness find. All the soul's dark night is past, Morning breaks in joy at last. 5 Morning breaks, and Jesus meets us, Feeds and comforts, pardons still; As His faithful friends He greets us, Partners of his work and will. All our days, on ev'ry shore, Christ is ours for evermore! Scripture: John 21:1-17 Languages: English Tune Title: ALL SAINTS
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Long Before the World Is Waking

Author: Timothy Dudley-Smith, b. 1926 Hymnal: Worship Supplement 2000 #735 (2007) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: Worship Supplement 2000 Lyrics: 1 Long before the world is waking, Morning mist on Galilee, From the shore, as dawn is breaking, Jesus calls across the sea; Hails the boat of weary men, Bids them cast their net again. 2 So they cast, and all their heaving Cannot haul their catch aboard; John in wonder turns, perceiving, Cries aloud, "It is the Lord!" Peter waits for nothing more, Plunges in to swim ashore. 3 Charcoal embers brightly burning, Bread and fish upon them laid: Jesus stands at day's returning In His risen life arrayed; As of old His friends to greet, "Here is breakfast; come and eat." 4 Christ is risen! Grief and sighing, Sins and sorrows, fall behind; Fear and failure, doubt, denying, Full and free forgiveness find. All the soul's dark night is past, Morning breaks in joy at last. 5 Morning breaks, and Jesus meets us, Feeds and comforts, pardons still; As His faithful friends He greets us, Partners of His work and will. All our days, on ev'ry shore, Christ is ours for evermore! Topics: Easter Languages: English Tune Title: ALL SAINTS (ZEUCH MICH)

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