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The Voice Of The Bridegroom

Author: H. V. Skipper Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #9087 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: The night was dark, and all was still Refrain First Line: Hark! ’tis the voice of the Bridegroom Lyrics: 1 The night was dark, and all was still, Ten virgins slumbered on, When suddenly each heart was thrilled To hear the startling song. Refrain: Hark! ’tis the voice of the Bridegroom, Calling His loved ones away; Be ready with your lamps brightly burning, To welcome the Master on that day. 2 Those virgins rose and trimmed their lamps, For they had waited long In hope to see their absent Lord, And greet Him with their song. [Refrain] 3 Five of them stood in sore dismay, For out their lamps had gone; They tried in vain, it was too late To join the bridal throng. [Refrain] 4 "Give of your oil," the foolish cried, "That we our lamps may trim; ’Tis dark, the way we cannot see, We have no light within." [Refrain] 5 There’s not enough for us and you, The others did reply; But go at once to those who sell; Make haste of them to buy. [Refrain] 6 And while with empty lamps they went For oil at yonder store, The Bridegroom came, and took the wise And shut salvation’s door. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [The night was dark, and all was still]

Hark, 'tis the voice of the bridegroom

Author: H. V. Skipper Hymnal: The Golden Sheaf #d79 (1898) Hymnal Title: The Golden Sheaf First Line: The night was dark, and all was still
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The Voice of the Bridegroom

Author: H. V. Skipper; F. S. Stanton Hymnal: The Golden Sheaf #41 (1902) Hymnal Title: The Golden Sheaf First Line: The night was dark, and all was still Refrain First Line: Hark! 'tis the voice of the Bridegroom Lyrics: 1 The night was dark, and all was still, Ten virgins slumbered on, When suddenly each heart was thrill'd, To hear the startling song. Chorus: Hark! 'tis the voice of the Bridegroom, Calling his loved ones away; Be ready with your lamps brightly burning, To welcome the Master on that day. 2 Those virgins rose and trimm'd their lamps, For they had waited long, In hope to see their absent Lord, And greet him with their song. [Chorus] 3 Five of them stood in sore dismay, For out their lamps had gone; They tried in vain, it was too late To join the bridal throng. [Chorus] 4 Give of your oil, the foolish cried, That we our lamps may trim; 'Tis dark, the way we cannot see, We have no light within. [Chorus] 5 There's not enough for us and you, The others did reply; But go at once to those who sell; Make haste of them to buy. [Chorus] 6 And while with empty lamps they went For oil at yonder store, The Bridegroom came, and took the wise And shut salvation's door. [Chorus] Tune Title: [The night was dark, and all was still]

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