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447. There is a glorious world on high

1 There is a glorious world on high,
Resplendent with eternal day;
Faith views the blissful prospect nigh,
While God's own word reveals the way.

2 How blest are those, how truly wise,
Who learn and keep the sacred road!
Happy the men whom heaven employs
To turn rebellious hearts to God!

3 The shining firmament shall fade,
And sparkling stars resign their light:
But these shall know nor change nor shade,
For ever fair, for ever bright.

4 On wings of faith and strong desire,
Oh, may our spirits daily rise;
And reach at last the shining choir,
In the bright mansions of the skies!

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First Line: There is a glorious world on high
Meter: L. M.
Publication Date: 1870
Topic: Blessedness: future, anticipated; Christians: their life and experience; Righteousness: Blessings of (1 more...)
Notes: Author from index: Jane Taylor
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