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O the Crown, the Glory-Crown

Author: G. M. J. Hymnal: Gospel Hymns No. 5 #30 (1887) Hymnal Title: Gospel Hymns No. 5 First Line: Weary gleaner in the field, poor or plenty be the yield Refrain First Line: O the crown, the glory crown Scripture: 1 Peter 5:4 Tune Title: [Weary gleaner in the field, poor or plenty be the yield]
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O the crown, the glory-crown

Author: G. M. J. Hymnal: Gospel Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined #30 (1892) Hymnal Title: Gospel Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined First Line: Weary gleaner in the field, poor or plenty be the yield

Oh the Crown, the Glory-Crown

Author: G. M. J. Hymnal: Sacred Songs and Solos #559 (1890) Hymnal Title: Sacred Songs and Solos First Line: Weary gleaner in the filed, poor or plenty be the yield Refrain First Line: Oh the crown, the glory crown! Topics: The Coming of Christ; Work Scripture: 1 Peter 5:4 Languages: English Tune Title: [Weary gleaner in the field, poor or plenty be the yield]

O the crown, the glory crown

Hymnal: Spiritual hymns of worship #d512 (1957) Hymnal Title: Spiritual hymns of worship First Line: Weary gleaner in the field
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O the Crown

Author: James McGranahan Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #5372 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: Weary gleaner in the field, poor or plenty be the yield Refrain First Line: O the crown, the glory crown Lyrics: 1. Weary gleaner in the field, poor or plenty be the yield, Labor on for the Master, nothing fearing, There’s a promise of reward, at the coming of the Lord, Unto all them that love His appearing. Refrain O the crown, the glory crown, O the day, the happy day is nearing, When the crown of rich reward Shall be given by the Lord, Unto all them that love His appearing. 2. Jesus now has gone above to complete His work of love; His return, day by day, is surely nearing, When His own He will receive, and a welcome He will give, Unto all them that love His appearing. [Refrain] 4. O how light will seem the grief, and the toilsome way how brief, When a crown in the glory we are wearing, O the rapture who can tell, as forevermore we dwell, With redeemed ones that loved His appearing. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Weary gleaner in the field, poor or plenty be the yield]

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