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Silent mercies

Author: William Edward Penney Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book #d220 (1879) Hymnal Title: Gospel Praise Book First Line: Silently as twilight shadows Refrain First Line: Silently so silently
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Silent Mercies

Author: W. E. Penney Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #257 (1885) Hymnal Title: Gospel Praise Book. First Line: Silently as the twilight shadows Refrain First Line: Silently, so silently Lyrics: 1 Silently as the twilight shadows Fall when daylight fades away; So the mercies of our Father Come to bless us day by day. Chorus: Silently, so silently, But still fraught with gracious pow’r, Come the blessings of the Father To His children ev’ry hour. 2 Silently, but oh! how sweetly Comes the Spirit, full of grace; Whisp’ring joy and hope and comfort, Pointing up to His dear face. [Chorus] 3 Silently as falling snowflakes, Speed the white-winged angels down; Cheering us in life’s great battle, Bringing some the victor’s crown. [Chorus] 4 Silently as comes the starlight, Softly banishing night’s gloom; So the love of our dear Father Lights the passage to the tomb. [Chorus] 5 Silently, oh! blessed Spirit, Come and dwell in every heart, Till we reach Thy glorious presence And behold Thee as Thou art. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [Silently as the twilight shadows]
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Silent mercies

Author: William Edward Penney Hymnal: Jewels of Praise #26 (1884) Hymnal Title: Jewels of Praise First Line: Silently as twilight shadows Refrain First Line: Silently so silently
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Silent mercies

Author: W. E. Penney Hymnal: Temperance Rallying Songs #119 (1888) Hymnal Title: Temperance Rallying Songs First Line: Silently as twilight shadows Refrain First Line: Silently so silently

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