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The Tranquil Hours

Author: Mrs. J. C. Yule Hymnal: Hymns of Blessing for the Living Church #339 (1916) Hymnal Title: Hymns of Blessing for the Living Church First Line: The tranquil hours steal by Tune Title: [The tranquil hours steal by]
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The Tranquil Hours

Author: Mrs. J. C. Yule Hymnal: Life and Service Hymns #339 (1917) Hymnal Title: Life and Service Hymns First Line: The tranquil hours steal by Topics: Peace and Rest; Trusting Languages: English Tune Title: [The tranquil hours steal by]
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The tranquil hours steal by

Author: J. C. Yule Hymnal: Living Hymns #406 (1890) Hymnal Title: Living Hymns Tune Title: [The tranquil hours steal by]

The tranquil hours steal by on drowsy wings

Author: J. C. Yule Hymnal: Our Sabbath Home Praise Book #d144 (1884) Hymnal Title: Our Sabbath Home Praise Book
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The Tranquil Hours

Author: J. C. Yule Hymnal: Songs of the New Life with Songs of Redeeming Love Combined #R129 (1883) Hymnal Title: Songs of the New Life with Songs of Redeeming Love Combined First Line: The tranquil hours steal by Tune Title: [The tranquil hours steal by]
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The tranquil hours steal by

Author: Mrs. J. C. Yule Hymnal: The Royal Fountain No.3 #69 (1882) Hymnal Title: The Royal Fountain No.3 Tune Title: [The tranquil hours steal by]
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The Tranquil Hours

Author: Mrs. J. C. Yule Hymnal: The Royal Fountain No.3 #108b[118] (1882) Hymnal Title: The Royal Fountain No.3 First Line: The tranquil hours steal by Tune Title: [The tranquil hours steal by]
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The Tranquil Hours

Author: J. C. Yule Hymnal: The Welcome Voice #17 (1884) Hymnal Title: The Welcome Voice First Line: The tranquil hours steal by Lyrics: 1. The tranquil hours steal by On drowsy wings and slow, And over all the peaceful sky The stars of evening glow. 2. No gath'ring clouds I see, I hear no rising blast, I fold my tired hands restfully, As though all storms were past. 3. Yet whether so or not, O Lord, thou knowest best, This night let ev'ry anxious thought And trembling fear have rest. 4 This night I will lie down In peace beneath thine eye; Nor heed what ills unseen may frown, Since thou art ever nigh. 5 I will lie down to sleep, From every terror free; Nor wake to tremble or to weep, Secure, O Lord, in thee! Tune Title: [The tranquil hours steal by]

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