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Falder paa dig modgangs hede

Falder paa dig modgangs hede

Author: Johann Olearius; Paraphraser: Hans Adolf Brorson
Published in 4 hymnals

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1 Falder paa dig Modgangs Hede,
Nød og Jammer, Spe og Spot,
O, da maa du flittig bede,
Bønnem er for alting godt;
Midt igjennem Korsets Ve
Kan du da i Ordet se,
Hvordan Jesu milde Hjerte
Ser og føler al din Smerte.

2 Ingen bliver dog til Skamme,
Som forlader sig paa Gud,
Lad saa, hvad der vil, dig ramme,
Bed og tro og hold kun ud!
Synes det, han ser dig ei,
O, han kjender al din Vei!
Al din Brøst du ham skal klage,
Og i ingen Nød forsage.

3 Lær vor Herres Vei og Maaden,
Som ham fører sine paa,
Han vil styrke dem i Naaden,
Naar han tager til at slaa.
Lever ei vor Gud endnu?
Tier han, saa tal kun du,
Træng med Magt til Himlens Volde,
Gud kan intet dig forholde.

4 Tro hvad du i Ordet hører,
Bliv paa Sandheds visse Sti;
Satan, som saa mange fører,
Skal vel lade dig gaa fri;
Al din Lid og Love sæt
Paa Guds Sandheds Lys og Ret,
Tro kun Gud, han kan i svige,
Ved, saa skal din Jammer vige.

5 Gud ske Lov for al sin Naade,
Som mig giver saadan Magt,
At jeg tør i ingen Vaade
Gaa bedrøvet og forsagt!
Derfor vil jeg daglig paa
Herrens Lovsangs Harpe slaa,
Og i baade Sorg og Glæde
Halleluja lystig kvæde.

Source: Salmebog for Lutherske Kristne i Amerika #427

Author: Johann Olearius

Olearius, Johannes, son of Johann Olearius, pastor of St. Mary's Church and superintendent at Halle, was born at Halle, Sept. 17, (N.S.) 1611. He entered the University of Wittenberg in 1629 (M.A. 1632, D.D. 1643], where he became lecturer, and, in 1635, adjunct of the philosophical faculty. In 1637 he became Superintendent at Querfurt; and, in 1643, was appointed by Duke August of Sachsen-Weissenfels as his chief court preacher, and private chaplain at Halle, where he became in 1657 Kirchenrath, and in 1664 General Superintendent. When, on the death of Duke August in 1680, the administration of Magdeburg fell to the Elector of Brandenburg, Duke Johann Adolf gave Olearius similar appointments at Weissenfels, which he held till his death on… Go to person page >

Paraphraser: Hans Adolf Brorson

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Text Information

First Line: Falder paa dig modgangs hede
Author: Johann Olearius
Paraphraser: Hans Adolf Brorson
Language: Norwegian
Copyright: Public Domain

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Kirkesalmebog #d105
Psalmebog, udgiven af Synoden for den norske evangelisk-lutherske Kirke i Amerika (2nd ed.) #176Text
Salmebog udgiven af Synoden for den norsk-evang. luth. kirke i Amerika. Rev. ed. #d83
Salmebog for Lutherske Kristne i Amerika #427Text
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