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Go when the morning shineth Go when the




Go when the morning shineth,
Go when the noon is bright,
Go when the eve declineth,
Go in the hush of night;
Go with pure mind and feeling,
Put earthly thoughts away,
And, in God’s presence kneeling,
Do thou in secret pray.


Remember all who love thee,
All who are loved by thee;
Pray, too, for those who hate thee,
If any such there be;
Then for thyself, in meekness,
A blessing humbly claim,
And blend with each petition
Thy great Redeemer’s name.


Or, if ‘tis e’er denied thee
In solitude to pray,
Should holy thoughts come o’er thee
When friends are round thy way,
E’en then, the silent breathing
Thy spirit lifts above
Will reach His throne of glory,
Where dwells eternal love.


O, not a joy or blessing
With this can we compare,—
The grace our Father gives us
To pour our souls in prayer:
Whene’er thou pin’st in sadness,
On Him who saveth, call!
Remember, in thy gladness,
His love who gave thee all.


Whene'r thou pin'st in sadness,
Before His footstool fall ;
Remember in thy gladness
His love who gave thee all.
Oh ! not a joy or blessing
With this can we compare
The power which He has given
T'approach His throne in prayer.


---Alternative verses---


GO, when the morning shineth ;
Go, when the noon is bright ;
Go, when the day declineth ;
Go, in the hush of night ;
Go, with pure heart and feeling ;
Cast earthly thoughts away ;
And in thy chamber kneeling
Do thou in secret pray.


Go when the morning shineth,
Go when the noon is bright,
Go when the eve declineth,
Go in the hush of night;
Go with pure mind and feeling,
Fling earthly thought away,
And, in thy closet kneeling,
Do thou in secret pray.


Go when the morning shineth, 
Go when the moon is bright, 
Go when the eve declineth, 
Go in the hush of night; 
Go with pure mind and feeling, 
Put earthly thoughts away, 
And, in God's presence kneeling, 
Do thou in secret pray.
 

Remember all who love thee,
All who are loved by thee ;
Pray, too, for those who hate thee,
If any such there be.
Then for thyself in meekness
A blessing humbly claim ;
And link with each petition
Thy great Redeemer s name.


But if tis e'er denied thee
In solitude to pray ;
Should holy thoughts come o'er thee
When friends are round thy way ;
E'en then, in silent breathing,
The spirit raised above
Will reach the throne of glory,
Of mercy, truth, and love.


O not a joy or blessing
With this can we compare,
The privilege thus given us
To pour our souls in prayer:
Then when thou pin'st in sadness,
Before his footstool fall,
And turn thee, in thy gladness,
To him who gave thee all.


O not a joy or blessing 
With this can we compare, 
The grace our Father gives us 
To pour our souls in prayer: 
When thou dost pine in sadness, 
On him who saveth call, 
And ever in thy gladness, 
him who gave thee all. 



Oh, not a joy or blessing
With this can we compare—
The grace our Father gave us
To pour our souls in prayer;
Whene’er thou pinest in sadness,
Before his footstool fall;
Remember in thy gladness,
His love who gave thee all.

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LYRICS
Meter: 7 6 7 6 D
Writer(s):
    Trans/Adapted:
      Dates: 1903
      Bible Refs:
      MUSIC
      Name: TULLY
      Meter: 7 6 7 6 D
      Writer(s):
      Dates:
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      LIST OF MUSIC SOURCES
      Hymn/Song Book Song # Key
      # 180Eb
      ALTERNATIVE TUNES
      Name meter
      7 6 7 6 D
      7 6 7 6 D
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