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Welcome the Sabbath day

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1. Welcome the Sabbath day
Of all our days the best;
On this glad day we come to pray,
To worship and to rest;
From all our worldly cares set free,
We come, O Lord, to worship thee;
From all our worldly cares set free,
We come, O Lord, to worship thee.

2. Welcome the Sabbath day
Within thy house, O Lord
We come to learn of all thy ways
From out thy sacred Word;
On this the best of all our days
We come with songs of grateful praise;
On this the best of all our days
We come with songs of grateful praise.

3. This glad triumphant day,
Our risen Lord proclaim;
To him we cheerful homage pay,
And magnify his name;
Glad day on which our Christ arose
And triumphed over all his foes;
Glad day on which our Christ arose
And triumphed over all his foes.



Source: Carols of Hope: a compilation of select sacred songs for use in Sunday schools, praise and young people's services #112

Author: F. D. Barnes

Barnes, Franklin D. (Barre, Vermont, 1837--June 5, 1916, Worcester, Massachusetts). When 12, his family moved to Colbrook, Mass. There, in addition to a public school education, he became proficient on the violin. In 1858, he settled in Worcester, Mass. After visiting several different churches, he was baptized in a stream at Lincoln Square in January, 1859, through the ice, after which he walked a half mile with the minister before they could change out of their wet clothing. For more than forty years, he served the Advent Christian Church in Worcester as deacon and song-leader. He was superintendent of their Sunday School from 1875 to 1900. In addition to his musical talent, he was also a successful artist. He composed 70 or more hymns… Go to person page >

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First Line: Welcome the Sabbath day
Author: F. D. Barnes
Copyright: Public Domain

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