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It was later taken up in the hymn books of the Moravian Brethren. The original contains 10 stanzas. It was rendered into Danish by H. There are at least five other English renderings of this hymn. Words from this hymn were heard from the lips of the pastors Edward Bickersteth and J. Fletcher as they lay upon their deathbeds. Skaar says that if Rothe had not written any hymns other than this one, it alone would have entitled him to rank among the best hymn-writers of the Church.
See: From east to west. Ihr aber, meine Sinnen,. Auf, auf, ihr sollt beginnen,.
Wo bist du, Sonne, blieben? Gar heil in meinem Herzen scheint. Der Tag ist nun vergangen,. Am blauen Himmelasaal;.
Wenn mich wird heissen gehen. Mein Gott aus diesem Jammertal. Der Leib eilt nun zur Ruhe,. Legt ab das Kleid und Schuhe,. Das Bild der Sterblichkeit;. Wird Christus mir anlegen. O Jesu, meine Freude,.
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Will Satan mich verschlingen,. So lass die Englein singen:. Dies Kind soll unverletzet sein! Auch euch, ihr meine Lieben,. Kein Unfall noch Gefahr. Ums Bett und seiner Helden Schar. The hymn has long been popular in the German-speaking church because of its truly childlike popular spirit, its naive simplicity of expression, its loftiness of thought, and its depth of Christian experience. During the period of Rationalism in Germany it became the object of much shallow wit, especially Stanza 1, of which it was said, How can the dead woods rest, which never are awake, and how can the world lie in slumber?
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We know that when one half of the world retires to sleep the other half awakes from it! However, Richter, in his Biogr. It has often been the last prayer uttered on earth and in many districts of Germany is used at the close of the baptismal service to commend the dear little ones to the protection of their Lord Jesus. The omitted Stanzas 5, 6, and 7 read:. Head, hands, and feet reposing.
Are glad the day is closing,. That work came to an end;.
Cheer up, my heart, with gladness! And quiet sleep ye crave;. From which no man can wake you,. In your last narrow bed—the grave. My heavy eyes are closing;. When I lie deep reposing,. Soul, body, where are ye? To helpless sleep I yield Them,.
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Oh, let Thy mercy shield them,. Thou sleepless Eye, their Guardian be! It is one of the most beautiful and beloved of all the German hymns. In a masterful manner the bodily and the spiritual, the temporal and the eternal, the terrestrial and the celestial are set over against each other in every stanza of the hymn.
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This union of lofty sentiment and childlike piety, simplicity, and homelike tone gives it a unique charm. Mearns, after Bunsen. According to an old legend, Gerhardt wrote this hymn one evening upon hearing this melody resound from the church tower. One thing is certain, that in this hymn the poet has been exceptionally fortunate in striking proper chords in the popular religious consciousness. In homes where the closing hours of the day have been hallowed by prayer and devotion, this hymn has resounded from generation to generation, and in the case of many, it has become part of the never-to-be-forgotten heritage of childhood memories.
Thus, in the case of the great German poet, Friedrich von Schiller, whose pious mother often sang him to sleep with this hymn. The truly naive poetry of this hymn has not always been understood.