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Rejoice! Rejoice, believers,
and let your lights appear;
the evening is advancing
and darker night is near.
The Bridegroom is arising
and soon he will draw nigh.
Up, watch with expectation;
at midnight comes the cry.
See that your lamps are burning;
replenish them with oil;
look now for your salvation,
the end of sin and toil.
The marriage feast is waiting;
the gates wide open stand;
arise, O heirs of glory;
the Bridegroom is at hand!
Our hope and expectation,
O Jesus, now appear;
arise, thou Sun so longed for,
above this shadowed sphere!
With hearts and hands uplifted,
we plead, O Lord, to see
the day of earth's redemption,
and ever be with thee!

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First Line:
Rejoice, rejoice, believers! And let your lights appear
Title:
Rejoice! Rejoice, Believers
German Title:
Ermuntert euch, ihr Frommen
Translator:
S. L. Findlater (1854)
Author:
Laurentius Laurenti (1700)
Meter:
7.6.7.6 D
Source:
German
Language:
English
Copyright:
Public Domain

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Title:
LLANGLOFFAN
Meter:
7.6.7.6 D
Copyright:
Public Domain