Hymn – Each Morn And Eve, King of Heaven!

Each morn and eve, O King of Heaven,
To Thee our voices glad we raise;
To Thee, sole Author of all good,
We give our hearts in hymns of praise.

When twilight falls, when day returns,
May all the earth Thy praises sing;
When twilight falls, when day returns,
May all the earth Thy praises sing.

To His own likeness are we made,
His bounteous gifts to us are given;
Then let our grateful eyes be raised
To Him, our God, who reigns in Heaven.

The restful darkness of the night,
The sunshine, gilding sea and land,
Our daily bread to nourish life,
Are blessings from His loving hand.

From His great love, my heart He made
To love Him through eternity;
Oh! mortal, couldst thou wish for more;
Couldst ask a sweeter destiny?

When twilight falls, when day returns,
May all the earth Thy praises sing;
When twilight falls, when day returns,
May all the earth Thy praises sing.

– I. Williams, American Catholic Hymnal, 1913