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S Saviour, breathe an eve-ning bless-ing, Ere re-pose our spir - its seal;
7 Sin and want we come con-fess-ing; Thou canst save and Thou canst heal. S

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3 Though destruction walk around us, 5 Father, to Thy holy keeping Though the arrows past us fly,

Humbly we ourselves resign. Angel-guards from Thee surround us; Saviour, Who hast slept our sleeping, We are safe, if Thou art nigh.

Make our slumbers pure as Thine. 4 Be Thou nigh, should death o'ertake us; 6 Blessed Spirit, brooding o'er us, Jesus then our refuge be,

Chase the darkness of our night, And in Paradise awake us,

Till the perfect day before us
There to rest in peace with Thee.

Breaks in everlasting light. Amen.
JAMES EDMESTON and Edward H. BICKERSTETH

(Second Tune)

EVENING PRAYER 8 & 75.

George C. STEBBINS

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Copyright, 1906, by Geo. C. Stebbins. Renewal

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Sin and want we come con-fessing; Thou canst save, and Thou canst heal. A-men.

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2 Pilgrims here on earth, and strangers,

Dwelling in the midst of foes,
Us and ours preserve from dangers;
In Thine arms may we repose;

And, when life's short day is past,
Rest with Thee in heaven at last. Amen.

Thomas Kelly

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5 Let my soul attuned be

To the heavenly harmony,
Which beyond the power of sound,
Fills the universe around. Amen.

William Henry FURNESS

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2 Guard us waking, guard us sleeping,

And, when we die,
May we in Thy mighty keeping,

All peaceful lie:
When the last dread call shall wake us,
Do not Thou, our God, forsake us,
But to reign in glory take us
With Thee on high. Amen.

REGINALD HEBER and RICHARD WHATLEY

40 NACHTLIED 105. 61.

HENRY SMART

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darkness cannot be;

Midnight is glorious noon, O Lord,' with Thee. A-men.

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