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A glorious place, O Lord, with Thee

A glorious place, O Lord, with Thee

Author: Roger M. Hickman
Tune: [A glorious place, O Lord, with Thee]
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Audio files: MIDI

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1 A glorious place, O Lord, with Thee,
Reserved in heav’n awaits for me;
It’s matchless glories I shall see,
When the coming glory is revealed.

Refrain:
When the coming glory is revealed,
From on high; from on high;
When the King in vict’ry takes the field,
Ev’ry nation, tongue and people to His pow’r shall yield,
By and bye, bye and bye.

2 A glorious hope before us lies,
With faithful hearts and watchful eyes,
We view the heights to which we rise,
When the coming glory is revealed. [Refrain]

3 Our present weight of stress and care
Is nothing worthy to compare
With that of glory we shall share,
When the coming glory is revealed. [Refrain]

4 No eye hath seen, no ear hath heard,
Nor is it known by pen or word,
God’s gifts of love on us conferred,
When the coming glory is revealed. [Refrain]

Source: The Tabernacle Hymns #127

Author: Roger M. Hickman

Born: November 28, 1888, southwest Missouri. Died: February 25, 1968, Lakeland, Florida. Buried: Oak Hill Cemetery, Lakeland, Florida. Born in the Ozark foothills, Hickman moved to Independence, Missouri, at age 16, and studied music with instructors in Kansas City. He came to Christ at age 20, and studied at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois, where he met his wife. They served in the evangelism field together until her death in 1942. Roger went on to serve as music & Christian education director at churches in Louisiana & Florida. He directed the Music Department at the Baptist Bible Institute in Lakeland, Florida (1949-53), & wrote over 100 Gospel songs. He & Arthur McKee compiled the first volume of Tabernacle Hymns in… Go to person page >

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First Line: A glorious place, O Lord, with Thee
Author: Roger M. Hickman
Copyright: Public Domain

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