1 Tho’ here we list no more
The tones we love so well,
Our precious ones for evermore
With the Redeemer dwell.
There hearts no sorrow know,
And tears are wiped away,
Where leaves of healing sweetly blow
Thro’ never-ending day;
Thro’ never-ending day.
2 O city calm and fair,
O haven ever blest,
By Jesus’ grace we too, shall share
Thy glory and thy rest.
Safe, safe upon the shore,
By saints triumphant trod.
With those we love for evermore,
We’ll praise the Lord our God;
We’ll praise the Lord our God.
Haycraft, Margaret Scott, née MacRitchie, born at Newport Pagnell, Bucks, now (1906) resides at Bournemouth. She contributes to various periodicals, has written many services of song, and several vols. of prose and verse. At the request of the Rev. C. Bonner she contributed the following (with a few shorter pieces) to the Christian Endeavour Hymnal, 1896, the Sumday School Hymnary, 1905, and the Junior Hymnal, 1906.
1. Bless the Lord for ever, Still his praise prolong. Praise to God. 1896, No. 16.
2. Green the hills and lovely. Boyhood of Jesus. Written 1904; 1905, No. 201.
3. In golden light of early days. Children's Praises.
1906, No. 58.
4. Let there be light at eventide. Parting Hymn. 1896, No. 165.
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