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The Glory of Heaven

After the shadows have passed away

Author: Helen C. A. Dixon
Tune: [After the shadows have passed away]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 After the shadows have passed away,
From my life forever,
When I have entered the land of day,
Just beyond the river;
Then with what joy my heart will thrill,
Eager His face to see;
Glory and peace my soul will fill,
Glory enough for me.

Refrain:
That will be glory enough for me,
Glory, glory,
Seeing the Savior who made me free,
Glory, glory;
Close by His precious side to stay
All through eternity,
That will be glory bright as day,
Glory enough for me.

2 Resting at last on that golden shore,
Free from sin and sadness,
Weakness of earth will be mine no more,
Serving Him with gladness;
If I may gain His blessed smile,
Rich my reward will be,
That will be glory all the while,
Glory enough for me. [Refrain]

3 With my beloved ones gone before,
What a glorious meeting;
Safe in His presence to part no more,
Heaven’s joy completing;
Even while here on earth I wait,
Strengthened my soul will be,
As I behold that glory great,
Glory enough for me. [Refrain]



Source: Timeless Truths #897

Author: Helen C. A. Dixon

Dixon, Helen Cadbury Alexander (b. 1877, Birmingham, Eng.; d. Mar. 1, 1969, Birmingham, Eng.) was the daughter of Richard Cadbury, a prominent British industrialist and philanthropist who was a member of the Quaker fellowship and keenly interested in evangelical mission work; attended the university and spent some time in Germany, studying music and language; in 1904 married Charles M. Alexander, songleader with evangelist R. A. Torrey; traveled with her husband and assisted him in his worldwide ministry with both Torrey and J. Wilbur Chapman (q.v.) until his death in 1920; assisted J. Kennedy Maclean in writing the biography, Charles M. Alexander: A Romance of Song and Soul-Winning, 1921; in 1924 married Amsji C. Dixon. Don Hustad, DNAH… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: After the shadows have passed away
Title: The Glory of Heaven
Author: Helen C. A. Dixon
Meter: 9.6.9.6.8.6.8.6 with refrain
Language: English
Refrain First Line: That will be glory for me

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Timeless Truths #897

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