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Take Not Thought for Food or Raiment

Meter: 8.8.7.8.5 Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1. Take not thought for food or raiment, Careful one, so anxiously; For the king Himself provideth Food and clothes for thee. 2. He who daily feeds the sparrows, He Who clothes the lilies bright, More than birds and flowers holds thee Precious in His sight. 3. Wouldst thou give a stone, a serpent, To thy pleading child for food? And shall not thy heavenly Father Give thee what is good? 4. On the heart that careth for thee Rest thou then from sorrow free; For of all most tender fathers None so good as He. 5. Seek thou first His gracious promise, Treasure stored in Heav’n above; So thou may’st entrust all other Safely to His love. 6. Unto Thee, O bounteous Father, Glory, honor, praise be done; With the Son and Holy Spirit, God for ever One. Used With Tune: ST. CLARE Text Sources: Unknown author in Chalons-sur-Marne Breviary, 1736; Translated from Latin to English by the compilers of Hymns Ancient and Modern
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Lo, The Clouds Of Night Are Rending

Author: Unknown; John Brownlie Meter: 8.8.7.8.5 Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Lo, the clouds of night are rending, Clad in light, heavenly bright, Herald hosts to earth descending, Hail approaching morn. 2 Hail the morn with heavenly singing, And the song, they prolong, News untold to earth is bringing, Of Immanuel born. 3 Fearful watchers, see the glory, Cease to gaze with amaze; Herdsmen, sages, list the story, Peace abides on earth. 4 Glory! sons of men repeat it, Heavenly morn, Christ is born, Lift your eyes to Heaven and greet it, Greet Immanuel’s birth. 5 Gone the dismal years of waiting, Angels bright, shed your light! Peace hath banished ill and hating, On this glorious morn. 6 Glory be to God ascending, And the Son, who hath won Life for man in bliss unending, Now the Christ is born. Used With Tune: ST. CLARE Text Sources: Hymns of the Early Church (London: Morgan & Scott, 1913)
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Years Are Coming

Author: Adin Ballou Meter: 8.8.7.8.5 Appears in 7 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Years are coming—speed them onward! Lyrics: 1 Years are coming—speed them onward! When the sword shall gather rust, And the helmet, lance and falchion, Sleep in silent dust! 2 Earth has heard too long of battle, Heard the trumpet’s voice too long! But another age advances, Seers foretold in song. 3 Years are coming when, forever, War’s dread banner shall be furled, And the angel peace be welcomed, Regent of the world! 4 Hail with song that glorious era, When the sword shall gather rust, And the helmet, lance and falchion, Sleep in silent dust. Used With Tune: ST. CLARE Text Sources: The Gospel Psalmist by John G. Adams and S. B. Ball (Boston: Universalist Publishing House, 1861)

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