In peace and joy I now depart Since God so wills itAuthor: Martin Luther; Translator (st. 1): F. Samuel Janzow (alt. )
Tune: MIT FRIED UND FREUD
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2 Christ Jesus brought this gift to me,
My faithful Savior,
Whom You have made my eyes to see
By Your favor.
Now I know He is my life,
My friend when I am dying.
3 You sent the people of the earth
Their great salvation;
Your invitation summons forth
By Your holy, precious Word,
In ev'ry place resounding.
4 Christ is the hope and saving light
Of those in blindness;
He guides and comforts those in night
By His kindness.
For Your people Israel
In Him find joy and glory.
Source: Lutheran Service Book #938
|First Line:||In peace and joy I now depart Since God so wills it|
|Title:||In Peace and Joy I Now Depart|
|Translator (st. 1):||F. Samuel Janzow (alt. )|
|Source:||Christian Worship, 1933, (Tr. sts. 2-4)|
|Copyright:||St. 1 © 1978 Concordia Publishing House|
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|Lutheran Service Book #938||In Peace and Joy I Now Depart||In peace and joy I now depart||MIT FRIED UND FREUD||Martin Luther, 1483-1546; F. Samuel Janzow, 1913-2001||85 84 77||Luke 2:29-32; Isaiah 42:6-7; Isaiah 52:10; Isaiah 49:6||2006||Biblical Canticles | ; Feasts and Festivals | ; Nunc Dimittis |||<cite>Christian Worship</cite>, 1933, (Tr. sts. 2-4)|
|Lutheran Worship #185||In Peace and Joy I Now Depart||In peace and joy I now depart||MIT FRIED UND FREUD||F. Samuel Janzow, b. 1913; Martin Luther, 1783-1546||85 84 77||1982||Burial | ; Close of Service | ; Hope | ; Lesser Festivals | ; Liturgical Hymns | ; Presentation of Our Lord, The ||