160. Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart

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1. Rejoice, ye pure in heart;
rejoice, give thanks, and sing;
your glorious banner wave on high,
the cross of Christ your King.
Refrain:
Rejoice, rejoice,
rejoice, give thanks and sing.

2. Your clear hosannas raise,
and alleluias loud;
whilst answering echoes upward float,
like wreaths of incense cloud. [Refrain]
3. Yes, on through life's long path,
still chanting as ye go;
from youth to age, by night and day,
in gladness and in woe. [Refrain]

4. At last the march shall end;
the wearied ones shall rest;
the pilgrims find their heavenly home,
Jerusalem the blest. [Refrain]

5. Praise God who reigns on high,
the Lord whom we adore,
the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
one God forevermore. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Rejoice, ye pure in heart
Title: Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart
Author: Edward H. Plumptre (1865)
Refrain First Line: Rejoice, rejoice,
Meter: SM with Refrain
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Scripture: ; ;
Topic: The Grace of Jesus Christ: In Praise of Christ; Eternal Life; Jesus Christ (4 more...)
Tune Information
Name: MARION
Composer: Arthur H. Messiter (1889)
Meter: SM with Refrain
Key: F Major



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