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Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Adagio by Johann Sebastian Bach
(from Sonata No. 1 in E-flat Major), BWV 525/2
Prelude by Théodore Dubois
Based on the Danish of
Nikolaj F. S. Grundtvig
The Lord is in His holy place,
Let all the earth be still,
Be still and know that He is God,
And wait to do His will.
We need a sacred watchfulness,
An earnest deep desire for grace,
Our lives with true content to fill.
So hear and heed His faithful Word,
And trust His promise long,
For they who seek Him Life shall find,
And shall in Him be strong;
We need a perfect faith in Him,
With understanding never dim,
To fill our daily lives with song.
Holy Spirit, source of gladness,
Come with all Thy radiance bright;
Lift all burdens and all sadness;
O’er Thy children shed Thy light.
Let the Love that knows no measure,
Now in quickening showers descend;
Bring to us the richest treasure
Man can wish or God can send.
Send us Thine illumination;
Banish all our fears at length;
Rest upon this congregation,
Spirit of unfailing strength.
O happy is the man who hears
Instruction’s warning voice;
And who celestial wisdom makes
His early, only choice.
For she has treasures greater far
Than east or west unfold;
And her rewards more precious are
Than all their stores of gold.
According as her labors rise,
So her rewards increase;
Her ways are ways of pleasantness,
And all her paths are peace.
From Heaven on High I Come, BWV 606 by Johann Sebastian Bach
March by Flor Peeters
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