1. I think of that star of long ago
That lighted the wanderers’ path below;
In faith I look up, and o’er me I see
That star in its beauty still shining for me.
O star that once shone over Bethlehem!
Thy beams yet to mortals great joy proclaim.
The Lord to adore, I hasten with thee,
O star in thy beauty still shining for me.
2. A Child unto us is born—O joy!
To sin blighted earth comes high Heav’n’s Envoy;
Now over my path that dear memory,
A star in its beauty is shining for me. [Refrain]
3. No clouds can obscure that kindly star,
Nor brightness of noonday its glories mar;
When shadows of death surround me, I’ll see
That star in its beauty still shining for me. [Refrain]
4. It sheds on the world its peaceful rays,
And greets every mortal with heav’nly grace.
To Bethlehem’s Babe I hasten with thee,
O star, in thy beauty, still shining for me. [Refrain]
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #6319
|Instances (1 - 2 of 2)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|The Covenant Hymnal: a worshipbook #193||I Think of That Star of Long Ago||I think of that star of long ago||BETLEHEMS STJÄRNA||A. L. Skoog, 1856-1934||220.127.116.11. with refrain||Matthew 2:1-12; Revelation 22:20||1996||Epiphany | ; Christmas | Birth; Epiphany | Life; Heritage Hymns | ; Peace ||
|The Cyber Hymnal #6319||The Star of Bethlehem (Skoog)||I think of that star of long ago||[I think of that star of long ago]||Andrew L. Skoog|