In Midnight's Stillness

In midnight's stillness

Adapter: Marcel Miro
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 In midnight's stillness,
Clear a voice rings through:
"Rise up, you shepherds,
God is born to you!
Quickly go and find the Savior;
Bethlehem does shine with favor;
Haste to greet your Lord,
Haste to greet your Lord."

2 And what a wonder!
Babe in manger lies.
All that was pondered,
Seen with wond'ring eyes.
"God-with-us" in holy splendor,
Lowly hearts in worship render
Songs of greatest joy,
Songs of greatest joy.

3 Ah, welcome, Savior,
Whom we've long desired;
All generations
Have for you aspired.
Kings and prophets waited for you,
Yet the poor are first to know you,
Shepherd for us all,
Shepherd for us all.

4 Long have we waited,
Longing for your face;
Now we are sated
By your full embrace.
Food and drink for all who hunger,
We believe, adore and wonder,
Nurtured by your grace,
Nurtured by your grace.

Source: Catholic Book of Worship III #327

Adapter: Marcel Miro

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Text Information

First Line: In midnight's stillness
Title: In Midnight's Stillness
Polish Title: Wśród Nocnej Ciszy
Adapter: Marcel Miro
Source: Traditional Polish
Language: English
Publication Date: 1994
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1994.


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Catholic Book of Worship III #327

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