In Joseph's garden

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1 A garden I know and a grave newly made,
And there in the evening my Jesus was laid,
In Joseph's garden I long to be,
Where Jesus, my Jesus, lay dead for me,
Where Jesus, my Jesus, lay dead for me.

2 A garden I know where the white lily grows,
And there in the morning my Jesus arose.
In Joseph's garden I long to be,
Where Jesus, my Jesus, arose for me,
Where Jesus, my Jesus, arose for me.


Source: Hymnal for Church and Home (2nd ed.) #371

Author: J. H. Kuhlmann

Johann Heinrich Kuhlmann (John Henry) studied at Capitol University and preached at the Lutheran Church in Loudinville, Ohio. Along with his brother Rev. Edward Kuhlman (Oil City, Pa.) he painted frescoes inside rural Ohio churches. J. H. Kuhlmann's great granddaughter Go to person page >

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First Line: A garden I know and a grave newly made
Title: In Joseph's garden
Author: J. H. Kuhlmann
Copyright: Public Domain

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