The Bible Mother Loved

Silent the night and weary the heart

Author: John S. Brown
Tune: [Silent the night and weary the heart]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 Silent the night and weary the heart,
Sin in its blackness had clothed ev’ry part,
When in one last, one gentle request,
Sadly a soul longed for rest, sweet rest.

Chorus:
Bring me the Bible mother loved,
Turn thro’ its pages worn and old,
Read to me once more of Mercy’s open door
Lest I should be barred outside the fold.

2 Tearstained the cheeks of those by his side
Waiting to see him cross over death’s tide,
Silent they watch while pulse beat is slow,
Yet he’s repeating in accents low: [Chorus]

3 Friends had oft pray’d that e’er ‘twas too late
This soul might enter within Mercy’s gate
And though he sinks there’s hope in his plea,
Bring mother’s Bible and read to me. [Chorus]

4 Angels await the tidings to bear,
Kindly they carry to Heaven his prayer,
Quickly return with answered request,
Saying, “Come home weary one and rest.” [Chorus]


Source: Gold Tried in the Fire: suitable for church, Sunday school, revival meetings, missionary and rescue work #54

Author: John S. Brown

John S Brown USA. Thus far, John has evaded biographers. He may be Rev. John Stillman Brown of Kansas, but this is not verified. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Silent the night and weary the heart
Title: The Bible Mother Loved
Author: John S. Brown
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Bring me the Bible mother loved
Publication Date: 1900
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gold Tried in the Fire #54

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