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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

Naar Tid og Stund den er for Haand

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1 Naar Tid og Stund den er for Haand,
At jeg min Vei skal fare,
Herre Jesus Krist, min Frelsermand,
Du vilde mig bevare!
Udi din Haand jeg giver dig
Min arme Sjæl, forlad ei mig,
Frels mig fra Dødsens Snare!

2 Min Synd med Sorg mig tynger svær,
Samvittighedens Pile
Som Havets Sand mangfoldig er,
Dog vil jeg ikke tvile,
Men tænke trolig, Jesus sød,
Paa dine Saar og paa din Død,
Paa dem saa vil jeg hvile.

3 Dit Legems Lem er jeg forsand,
Det er min Hjertens Glæde,
Fra dig jeg ikke skilles kan,
Er end min Død tilstede;
Om jeg end dør, da dør jeg dig,
Det evig' Liv du vilde mig
Dyrt ved din Død berede.

4 Fordi at du opstanden est,
I Graven jeg ei bliver,
Din Himmelfart mig trøster mest,
Og al Døds-Frygt fordriver,
Og der, du er, jeg kommer did,
At bo hos dig til evig Tid,
Thi dør jeg glad'lig, Amen.



Source: Salmebog for Lutherske Kristne i Amerika #569

Author: Nikolaus Herman

Herman, Nicolaus, is always associated with Joachimsthal in Bohemia, just over the mountains from Saxony. The town was not of importance till the mines began to be extensively worked about 1516. Whether Herman was a native of this place is not known, but he was apparently there in 1518, and was certainly in office there in 1524. For many years he held the post of Master in the Latin School, and Cantor or Organist and Choirmaster in the church. Towards the end of his life he suffered greatly from gout, and had to resign even his post as Cantor a number of years before his death. He died at Joachimsthal, May 3, 1561. (Koch, i. 390-398; Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, xii. 186-188, &c.) He was a great friend and helper of J. Mathesius (q.v.)… Go to person page >

Translator: Hans Thomissøn

(no biographical information available about Hans Thomissøn.) Go to person page >

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First Line: Naar Tid og Stund den er for Haand
Author: Nikolaus Herman
Translator: Hans Thomissøn
Language: Norwegian
Copyright: Public Domain

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M. B. Landstads Kirkesalmebog og "Nokre Salmar" ved Professor Dr. E. Blix, samt følgende tillæg #569

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Salmebog for Lutherske Kristne i Amerika #569

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