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Mellow chimes are stealing

Author: Emily Huntington Miller Hymnal: Chautauqua Carols #3 (1878) Hymnal Title: Chautauqua Carols

Mellow chimes are stealing

Author: Emily Huntington Miller Hymnal: The Assembly Hymnal #d47 (1881) Hymnal Title: The Assembly Hymnal

Evening Hymn

Author: Emily Huntington Miller Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #10219 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: Mellow chimes are stealing Lyrics: 1 Mellow chimes are stealing On the twilight air, Faint and fainter pealing, Call the heart to prayer; Come away! thy day is done, Leave thy toil till morning sun; Leave to God thy cares and sorrows, In His hand He holds thy morrows, Holds them, every one, Holds them, every one. 2 In His sacred keeping All His children dwell; Waking or in sleeping, He shall guard them well; In His mercy trusting still, He shall all thy hopes fulfill; Heart, be glad! for He hath spoken, Never can His word be broken, Rest and fear no ill, Rest and fear no ill. Languages: English Tune Title: [Mellow chimes are stealing]

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