1 This is the day of light —
let there be light today!
Arise, O Christ, to end our night
and chase its gloom away.
2 This is the day of rest —
our inner strength renew;
on lives by many cares oppressed
send your freshening dew.
3 This is the day of peace —
with peace our spirits fill;
bid all the blasts of discord cease,
the waves of strife be still.
4 This is the day of prayer -
let earth to heaven draw near!
Lift up our hearts to seek you there;
come down to meet us here.
5 This is the first of days:
come with your living breath
and wake dead souls to love and praise,
O Victor over death!
Source: Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #380
|First Line:||This is the day of light|
|Author:||John Ellerton (1867)|
|Instances (1 - 8 of 8)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Great Songs of the Church #23||This is the day of light: Let there be light today||This is the day of light: Let there be light today||SWABIA||1986|
|Hymns Ancient & Modern, New Standard Edition #21||This is the day of light||This is the day of light||DOMINICA||SM||1983|
|Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #380||This is the day of light||This is the day of light||DOMINICA||J. Ellerton (1826-1893)||6 6 8 6 (SM)||Genesis 1:3||1987||God's Church | The Lord's Day; Easter | The Resurrection of Christ; Easter 1 | The Upper Room; Pentecost 5 | The New Law|
|Small Church Music #2233||Falcon (Silver) Street||This is the day of light||FALCON (SILVER) STREET||John Ellerton||18.104.22.168|
|Small Church Music #2234||Holy Rood||This is the day of light||HOLY ROOD||John Ellerton||22.214.171.124|
|Small Church Music #2640||Dulwich College||This is the day of light||DULWICH COLLEGE||John Ellerton||126.96.36.199|
|The Baptist Hymnal: for use in the church and home #39||This is the day of light||This is the day of light||John Ellerton||2012|
|The Cyber Hymnal #6645||This Is the Day of Light||This is the day of light||SWABIA||John Ellerton||SM||Dean Howson's <cite>Selection of Hymns Compiled for use in Chester Cathedral</cite>, 1868|