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Hail, peaceful day, divinely blest

Hail, peaceful day, divinely blest

Author: Annie Rebekah Smith
Tune: NASHVILLE (Mason)
Published in 4 hymnals

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1 Hail, peaceful day! divinely blest!
Sweetly thy glories would we sing,
Memorial of that sacred rest
Of vast creation's mighty King:
This hallowed time to man was given,
A foretaste of the bliss of heaven.

2 Hark! through the shining courts above
What rapturous praises echo now!
Around that holy law of love
Seraphs in adoration bow;
Let earth, responsive to the strain,
Exalt alone Jehovah's name.

3 O come, thou bright, immortal day!
When at his temple all adore,
And own his universal sway
From age to age, forevermore;
Then Zion shall in triumph reign,
And Eden bloom on earth again.

Source: The Seventh-Day Adventist Hymn and Tune Book: for use in divine worship #234

Author: Annie Rebekah Smith

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First Line: Hail, peaceful day, divinely blest
Author: Annie Rebekah Smith
Copyright: Public Domain

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Hymns for Use in Divine Worship ... Seventh-Day Adventists #d368

The Church Hymnal #457

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