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The Lord's Day Post by :Richard_Cuss Category :Poems Author :Eliza Lee Cabot Follen Date :April 2011 Read :1715

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The Lord's Day

This is the day when Jesus woke
From the deep slumbers of the tomb;
This is the day the Saviour broke
The bonds of fear and hopeless gloom.

This is indeed a holy day;
No longer may we dread to die.
Let every fear be cast away,
And tears be wiped from every eye.

Sorrow and pain the Saviour knew;
A dark and thorny path he trod;
But heaven was ever in his view,--
That toilsome path led up to God.

Let every heart rejoice and sing;
Let every sin and sorrow cease;
Let children come this day and bring
Their offering of love and peace.




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Eliza Lee Follen's poem: Lord's Day

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