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Oh, Holy Sabbath Morn! Thrice Blessed Day Post by :Dirk_Wagner Category :Poems Author :Charles Sangster Date :September 2011 Read :1304

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Oh, Holy Sabbath Morn! Thrice Blessed Day

Oh, holy sabbath morn! thrice blessed day
Of solemn rest, true peace, and earnest prayer.
How many hearts that never knelt to pray
Are glad to breathe thy soul-sustaining air.
I sit within the quiet woods, and hear
The village church-bell's soft inviting sound,
And to the confines of the loftiest sphere
Imagination wings its airy round;
A myriad spirits have assembled there,
Whose prayers on earth a sweet acceptance found.
I go to worship in Thy House, O God!
With her, thy young creation bright and fair;
Help us to do Thy will, and not despair,
Though both our hearts should bend beneath Thy chastening rod.





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Charles Sangster's poem: Oh, Holy Sabbath Morn! Thrice Blessed Day

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