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What a Rapturous Sight!

Author: L. W. Smith Hymnal: Fair as the Morning. Hymns and Tunes for Praise in the Sunday-School #72 (1891) Hymnal Title: Fair as the Morning. Hymns and Tunes for Praise in the Sunday-School First Line: When the jewels of earth shall be gathered Refrain First Line: Glorious as the light of the kingdom Lyrics: 1 When the jewels of earth shall be gathered, They with glory effulgent shall shine, As they come to the gates of that city, Sweeping in through its portals divine. Refrain: Glorious as the light of the kingdom, Glorious as the bright rising sun, O what a rapt’rous sight, In that heavenly home so bright! As glorious as the light of the kingdom. 2 What a host there will be of the saved ones! Like the stars of the night, we are told, As they march in their strength and their grandeur, Thro’ the bright, shining streets of pure gold. [Refrain] 3 They are those who have followed the Saviour, Out of every nation and tribe, Who have come thro’ a great tribulation; Praises loud they to Jesus ascribe. [Refrain] 4 “Thou art worthy, O Christ,” they are singing, “Who hath died, all our race to redeem.” “Hallelujah!” the grand swelling chorus, And His love everlasting their theme. [Refrain] Topics: Numberless Host; Victory and Reward Tune Title: [When the jewels of earth shall be gathered]
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Glorious as the light of the kingdom!

Author: L. W. Smith Hymnal: Radiant Songs #58 (1891) Hymnal Title: Radiant Songs First Line: When the jewels of earth shall be gather'd

What a rapturous sight

Author: Lanta Wilson Smith Hymnal: Singing by the Way #d47 (1890) Hymnal Title: Singing by the Way First Line: When the jewels of earth shall be gathered Refrain First Line: Glorious as the light of the kingdom

What a rapturous sight

Author: Lanta Wilson Smith Hymnal: Singing by the Way. Rev. ed. #d61 (1897) Hymnal Title: Singing by the Way. Rev. ed. First Line: When the jewels of earth shall be gathered Refrain First Line: Glorious as the light of the kingdom

Glorious as the light

Author: Lanta Wilson Smith Hymnal: Soul-Stirring Songs #d102 (1900) Hymnal Title: Soul-Stirring Songs First Line: When the jewels of earth shall be gathered Refrain First Line: Glorious as the light of the kingdom
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Glorious as the light

Author: L. W. Smith Hymnal: Unfading Treasures #90 (1893) Hymnal Title: Unfading Treasures First Line: When the jewels of earth shall be gather'd Refrain First Line: Glorious as the light of the kingdom!

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