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When the shad-ows, wea - ry shad-ows From the world shall roll way. When the night of sin shall van - ish, And the shadows melt
way. For the Chief-est of ten-thou-sand, For the Light, the Truth, the Way.
We are wait- ing, for the morn-ing, When the beauteous day is dawn- ing;
LolHe comes I see the King draw near; Zi-on, shout! the Lord is here.
The Bride-groom is
ing, And soon will He draw nigh: The watch-ers
the mount - ain Pro - claim the Bride-groom near: With hearts ands hands up - lift ed We plead, O Lord, to
Rev. SAMURL LONGFELLOW, 1854
EDWIN LEMARE, 1840
vine, vinel vine! vine! vine!
1. Gra - cious Spir - it, Love di - vine! Let Thy light with - in me shine; 2. Speak Thy pardoning grace to me, Set the bur-dened sin ner free; 3. Life and peace to me im - part, Seal sal - va - tion ор
my heart; me
er from Thee stray, Keep me in the nar - row way;
All my guilt - y fears re-move, Fill me with Thy heav'nly love.
to the Lamb of God; Wash me in His pre-cious blood.