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And art thou come with us to dwell

And art thou come with us to dwell

Author: Dorothy Greenwell
Published in 9 hymnals

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1 And art Thou come with us to dwell,
Our Prince, our Guide, our Love, our Lord?
And is Thy name Emmanuel,
God present with His world restored?

2 The heart is glad for Thee! it knows
None now shall bid it err or mourn;
And o’er its desert breaks the rose
In triumph o’er the grieving thorn.

3 Thou bringest all again; with Thee
Is light, is space, is breadth and room
For each thing fair, beloved, and free
To have its hour of life and bloom.

4 The world is glad for Thee! the heart
Is glad for Thee! and all is well,
And fixed and sure, because Thou art,
Whose name is called Emmanuel!

Amen.

Source: The Hymnal #134

Author: Dorothy Greenwell

Greenwell, Dorothy, commonly known as "Dora Greenwell," was born at Greenwell Ford, Durham, in 1821; resided at Ovingham Rectory, Northumberland (1848); Golborne Rectory, Lancashire; Durham (1854), and Clifton, near Bristol, where she died in 1882. Her works include Poems, 1848; The Patience of Hope, 1861; The Life of Lacordaire; A Present Heaven; Two Friends; Songs of Salvation, 1874, &c. Her Life, by W. Dorling, was published in 1885. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology  Go to person page >

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First Line: And art thou come with us to dwell
Author: Dorothy Greenwell

Notes

And art Thou come with us to dwell. Dorothy Greenwell. [Christmas.] Appeared in her Carmina Crucis, 1869, p. 134. In the American Pilgrim Hymnal, 1904, stanza ii. of the original is given as the final stanza.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)

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The Cyber Hymnal #169
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Hymns and Psalms: a Methodist and ecumenical hymn book #415
The Cyber Hymnal #169TextScoreAudio
Include 7 pre-1979 instances



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