To thee, O Lord, with dawning lightAuthor: George W. Doane
Tune: BRATTLE STREET
Published in 4 hymnals
1 To Thee, O Lord, with dawning light,
My grateful voice I'll raise,
Thy mighty pow'r to celebrate,
Thy holy name to praise:
For Thou, in helpless hour of night,
Hast guard kept round my bed,
And now again from peaceful sleep
Thou liftest up my head.
2 Grant me, O Lord, Thy quick'ning grace
Through this and every day,
That, guided and upheld by Thee,
My feet may never stray.
Increase, I pray, my faith and hope,
Increase my zeal and love;
And fix my hearts affections all
On Christ and things above.
3 And when, life's labors o'er, I sink
To slumber in the grave,
In death's dark vale be Thou my trust
To succor and to save;
That so, through Him who bled and died,
And rose again for me,
The grave and gate of death may prove
A passage home to Thee.
Source: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal: with music #297
|Instances (1 - 4 of 4)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #297||To Thee, O Lord, with dawning light||To Thee, O Lord, with dawning light||1880||The Catechism | ; Daily Devotion | Morning|
|Evangelical Lutheran hymnal: with music #297||To Thee, O Lord, with dawning light||To Thee, O Lord, with dawning light||BRATTLE STREET||George Washington Doane||C. M. Double. No. 8||1908||The Catechism | Morning|
|Hymns for Public Worship in the Diocese of Fredericton. 2nd ed. #d215||To thee, O Lord, with dawning light||To thee, O Lord, with dawning light||George W. Doane; George Washington Doane||1870|
|The Sunday School Hymnal: a Collection of Music for Sunday and Week-day Schools #d207||To thee, O Lord, with dawning light||To thee, O Lord, with dawning light||George W. Doane; George Washington Doane||1883|