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Now The Year Is Over

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1 Now the year is over,
Time is drawing nigh
For the new year’s dawning:
Peaceful now am I.

2 Jesus, grant Thy children
Zeal for every day
And more joy in service:
Guide us in Thy way!

3 Keep us pure and steadfast
’Til we come to Thee!
And through tribulation,
May we faithful be.

4 When the world is ended
And You call us home,
May You find us watching
On this earth we roam.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9380

Author: Rebecca E. Lee

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Text Information

First Line: Now the year is over
Title: Now The Year Is Over
Author: Rebecca E. Lee (2014)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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