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The Lord's own day

The earth is hushed in silence

Author: C. A. Gabauer
Published in 20 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1. The earth is hushed in silence,
Its cares now flee away,
Let all things bow in reverence,
On this the Lord’s own day.

O praise and pray on this,
The Lord’s own day.

2. The bells are sweetly ringing,
Their clear toned voices say:
Ye people, come and worship
On this, the Lord’s own day. [Refrain]

3. Come, all ye thankful people;
Why should our hearts delay
To greet the Lord of Heaven
On this His holy day? [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #1332

Author: C. A. Gabauer

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Text Information

First Line: The earth is hushed in silence
Title: The Lord's own day
Author: C. A. Gabauer
Refrain First Line: O praise and pray on this


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