Sister Thou Wast And Lovely – Hymn Lyric
“Sister Thou Wast Mild and Lovely: A Tribute to a Beautiful Soul” honors a sister who brought calmness and warmth to her family’s lives, like a gentle summer breeze. Although deeply mourning her absence, they find solace in the hope of being reunited in heaven one day and carry her memory with them, living their lives with the same grace and kindness she exemplified. Farewell for now, dear sister, until they meet again in the joyous embrace of heavenly eternity.
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Sister Thou Wast And Lovely – Hymn Lyric
Sister, Thou Wast Mild and Lovely
Gentle as the summer breeze,
Pleasant as the air of ev’ning
As it floats among the trees.
Peaceful be thy silent slumber,
Peaceful in the grave so low;
Thou no more wilt join our number,
Thou no more our songs shall know.
Dearest sister, thou hast left us,
Here thy loss we deeply feel,
But ‘t is God that hath bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.
Yet again we hope to meet thee,
When the day of life is fled;
Then in heav’n with joy to greet thee,
Where no farewell tears are shed.
Meaning of Sister Thou Wast And Lovely
Sister Thou Wast Mild and Lovely: A Tribute to a Beautiful Soul
When we think of our sister, we are reminded of her gentle nature and her warm presence, which were as calming as a summer breeze. Just like the pleasant air of evening that floats amongst the trees, she brought comfort and serenity into our lives.
As we lay you to rest, dear sister, we hope for peace to accompany you in your silent slumber. May your grave be a place of tranquility, where you no longer have to bear the burdens of this world. We mourn your absence deeply, knowing that you will no longer be able to join us in our daily endeavors, and your sweet voice will no longer grace our songs.
The loss of our beloved sister has left an emptiness within our hearts. We ache for the times spent together, the laughter and the shared memories. But we understand that it is God who has taken you away from us, and it is to Him that we must turn for solace. In His divine wisdom, He knows how to heal our sorrows and mend our broken spirits.
Though our parting feels unbearable now, we take solace in the hope that we will meet again someday. When the day of life has come to an end for each one of us, we believe that we will be reunited in heaven. The mere thought of being able to see you again fills us with overwhelming joy, as we imagine a world where no tears of farewell are shed.
In the meantime, we will hold onto the memories we shared, cherishing each precious moment spent with you. We will carry your spirit within us, knowing that you will always be a part of our lives. Your kindness, your love, and your gentle nature will continue to inspire and guide us in our own journeys.
Sister, you were more than just a family member – you were a true friend. Your unwavering support and unconditional love were a constant source of strength for all of us. We will forever be grateful for the bond we shared, and we will strive to honor your memory by treating others with the same kindness and love that you showed us.
As we reflect on the hymn “Sister, Thou Wast Mild and Lovely,” we can’t help but be reminded of your beautiful soul. Just like the hymn describes, you were indeed gentle and pleasant, bringing light and warmth into our lives. It is these characteristics that we will always remember and hold dear in our hearts.
In conclusion, dear sister, though we may be filled with sadness at your departure, we are filled with hope for the day when we will be reunited in heaven. Until then, we will carry your memory with us and strive to live our lives with the same grace and kindness that you exemplified. Your absence may be deeply felt, but your spirit will forever live on within us. Farewell for now, dear sister, until we meet again in the joyous embrace of heavenly eternity.
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