1 In my quiet contemplation
I look up to Thee, O Lord.
Guided by Thy revelation,
Lighted by Thy living Word,
Touched by Thy great love and passion,
I draw near to Thy salvation.
2 In the quiet path of duty
I my earthly span may fill,
Pressing onward in the beauty
Of performing but Thy will,
Well content with all Thou sendest,
If Thy grace to me Thou lendest.
3 Let me live in peace and stillness,
Giving to no soul offense;
Pain or pleasure, helth or illness
Take I from Thy providence,
Never wounding, ever healing,
Thus a Christly life revealing.
4 Here my cross with patience bearing,
I will go where Jesus leads,
All enduring, all forbearing,
For His sake who knows my needs.
O how swift the fours of trail,
Spent in Christian self-denial!
5 Keep me quietly expecting
Thine appearance, Saviour dear;
In my life, Thy life reflecting,
Let Thy sacred love appear,
Till on earth my last day closes,
And my soul in Thee reposes.
6 Gracious Saviour, deign to number
Me with saints in glory there,
Calm and peaceful then my slumber
After my last evening prayer;
When from dust my spirit rises,
All my tears shall change to praises.
7 Let my body then be hidden
In a humble, nameless tomb;
When at last I shall be bidden
To forsake that narrow room,
Jesus knows where they are sleeping
Who were given in His keeping.
|Instances (1 - 4 of 4)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Hymns for Divine Worship in Churches and Sunday Schools and at Various Occasions #d63||In my quiet contemplation||In my quiet contemplation||Johan Olaf Wallin||1922|
|The Hymnal and Order of Service #498||In My Quiet Contemplation||In my quiet contemplation||STILLA JAG PÅ DIG VILL AKTA||Johan Olof Wallin||8 7, 8 7, 8 8. Trochaic.||1926||Christian Conduct and Service | ; Epiphany, Fourth Sunday | ; Trinty, Fourth Sunday ||
|The Hymnal and Order of Service #498||In My Quiet Contemplation||In my quiet contemplation||Johan Olaf Wallin||1937|
|The Hymnal of the Evangelical Lutheran Augustana Synod. Text ed. #d237||In my quiet contemplation||In my quiet contemplation||Johan Olaf Wallin||1923|