O tænk, naar engang samles skal

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1 O tænk, naar engang samles skal
De Frelstes Menighed
Af alle Folkeslegters Tal
I Himlens Herlighed!
I Himlens Herlighed!

2 O tænk, naar Herrens Vidnehær,
Hans Tjenere paa Jord,
De Milioner møde der,
Som hørte deres Ord!
Som hørte deres Ord!

3 O tænk dog, hvilken Jubellyd–
En Strøm af Kjærlighed!
Tænk, hvilken Tak og Pris og Fryd
Og Salighed og Fred!
Og Salighed og Fred!

4 O Gud, hvad er din Naade stor!
Os alle til dig drag,
At vi kan staa blandt Frelstes Kor
Paa denne Høitidsdag!
Paa denne Høitidsdag!


Source: Salmebog for Lutherske Kristne i Amerika #94

Author: Wilhelm Andreas Wexels

Wexels, Wilhelm Andreas. (Copenhagen, Denmark, March 29, 1797--May 14, 1866, Oslo, Norway). Lutheran. After studies in Copenhagen and Christiana (Oslo), became catechist and curate of Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Christiana. Preached against the inroads of rationalism, emphasizing the need for spiritual revival. Church historians claim that his ministry was the turning point in the Church of Norway. Failed in his attempt to give Norway a hymnal, but many of his hymns survived. --J. Irving Erickson, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: O tænk, naar engang samles skal
Author: Wilhelm Andreas Wexels
Language: Norwegian
Copyright: Public Domain

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