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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)

Sinjoro Dio, kiam mi miregas

Representative Text

1. Sinjoro Dio, kiam mi miregas
Pri via Kreo—Ĉiopova plan',
La stelojn vidas, kaj tondradon aŭdas;
Kaj ĉion regas via Dia man',
Mia animo kantas nun en mi, ho granda Di', ho granda Di';
Mia Savanto, kantas mi al vi, ho granda Di', ho granda Di'!

2. Kiam konstatas mi, ke via Filo
Al homoj venis, eĉ al sinofer',
Kaj sur la kruco mortis pro redempto,
Por mi Savanto, savo kaj esper',
Mia animo kantas nun en mi, ho granda Di', ho granda Di';
Mia Savanto, kantas mi al vi, ho granda Di', ho granda Di'!

3. Kaj kiam Kristo venos kun aklamo,
Al mia hejmo ĝoje iros mi,
En adorado tie, en humilo,
Denove kantos mi, "Ho granda Di'!":
Mia animo kantas nun en mi, ho granda Di', ho granda Di';
Mia Savanto, kantas mi al vi, ho granda Di', ho granda Di'!

Source: TTT-Himnaro Cigneta #444

Text Information

First Line: Sinjoro Dio, kiam mi miregas

Tune

HOW GREAT THOU ART

Originally in triple meter, the Swedish tune O STORE GUD is in bar form (AAB). The first section has a very limited range of four notes; the more meditative stanzas give way to a dramatic refrain with an expanded range. Sing in parts and observe some rhythmic freedom in the last line of the refrain,…

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TTT-Himnaro Cigneta #444

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