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" By hours of day, — that, when our feet O'er hill and valley run, We still may think the light of truth More welcome than the sun. "
Prometheus bound, tr. from Ęschylus, and miscellaneous poems, by the ... - Page 136
by Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1833
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Hymns of Faith and Life

John Hunter - Hymns, English - 1896 - 895 pages
...feet O'er hill and valley run, We still may think the light of truth More welcome than the sun. 5. By hours of night, — that when the air Its dew and...may hear the voice of God In silence of the fields. 6. And when sleep comes on us like death, All soundless, deaf and deep : Lord ! teach us so to watch...
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Battle of Marathon; Essay on mind; Juvenilia; Seraphim, and other poems

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1901
...away. ' In woe, — that, while to drowning tears Our hearts their joys resign, ic We may remember wbo can turn Such water into wine. By hours of day, —...may hear the voice of God In silence of the fields. 20 Oh ! then sleep comes on us like death, All soundless, deaf and deep : Lord ! teach us so to watch...
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Hymns of Faith and Life: Including Psalms, Canticles and Anthems

John Hunter - Bible - 1904 - 895 pages
...feet O'er hill and valley run, We still may think the light of truth More welcome than the sun. 5. By hours of night, — that when the air Its dew and...may hear the voice of God In silence of the fields. 6. And when sleep comes on us like death, All soundless, deaf and deep : Lord ! teach us so to watch...
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The Methodist Hymnal: Official Hymnal of the Methodist Episcopal Church and ...

Methodist Episcopal Church - Hymns, English - 1905 - 554 pages
...valley run, by Jennings & Graham . We still may think the light of truth More welcome than the sun; 5 By hours of night, that when the air Its dew and shadow...may hear the voice of God In silence of the fields. 6 Abide with us, abide with us, While flesh and soul agree; And when our flesh is only dust, Abide...
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Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Martha Foote Crow - 1907 - 232 pages
...Thee we do no good, And with Thee do no ill, Abide with us in weal and woe,— In action and in will. By hours of day, that when our feet O'er hill and...may hear the voice of God In silence of the fields. Abide with us, abide with us, While flesh and soul agree; And when our flesh is only dust, Abide our...
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The Hymns and Hymn Writers of the Church: An Annotated Edition of the ...

Charles Sumner Nutter, Wilbur Fisk Tillett - Hymn writers - 1911 - 604 pages
...feet O'er hill and valley run. We still may think the light of truth Aloro welcome than the sun ; 6 By hours of night, that when the air Its dew and shadow...still may hear the voice of God In silence of the llelds. 6 Abide with us, abide with us. While flesh and soul agree; And when our flesh Is only dust,...
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The Hymnal of Praise

Edward Dwight Eaton - Hymns, English - 1913 - 442 pages
...valley run, 246 LUX PERENNIS SM We still may think the light of truth More welcome than the sun. 5 By hours of night, — that when the air Its dew and...may hear the voice of God In silence of the fields. 6 Abide with us, abide with us, While flesh and soul agree; And when our flesh is only dust, Abide...
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