Despair not, O heart, in thy sorrowAuthor: Aurelius Clemens Prudentius, 348 - 413; Translator: Edward Traill Horn III, b. 1909
Published in 2 hymnals
1 Despair not, O heart, in thy sorrow,
From God's own assurances borrow
The promise that Jesus has given:
That life has in death its beginning.
2 As seed in the springtime is planted,
And rests in the earth until granted
God's blessing of warmth and of showers,
And blossoms in leaflets and flowers.
3 So we, amid sorrow and weeping,
Committed, O earth, to thy keeping,
Shall, given new life and perfection,
Come forth in the great resurrection.
4 O Lord, at thy coming in glory,
When all shall bow down and adore thee,
Then forth from the tomb's open portal,
O lead us to mansions immortal.
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|Service Book and Hymnal of the Lutheran Church in America #297||Despair not, O heart, in thy sorrow||Despair not, O heart, in thy sorrow||IAM MOESTA||Aurelius Clemens Prudentius, 348 - 413; Edward Traill Horn III, b. 1909||1958||The Life In Christ | Life Everlasting; Sacraments and Rites | Burial of the Dead|
|The Lutheran Hymnary #595||Despair not, O heart, in thy sorrow||Despair not, O heart, in thy sorrow||[Despair not, O heart]||P. Hegelund; A.C. Prudentius||9s. 4L.||1913||The Last Things | Burial and Resurrection; The Last Things | Burial and Ressurection; Resurrection ||