Again we meet in gladness

Again we meet in gladness

Author: Julius Brigg
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Again we meet in gladness,
And raise the tuneful song;
Nor shade of care or sadness
Broods o’er our happy throng.
Within Thy house we gather
On this sweet day of rest,
And pray Thee, O our Father,
In blessing make us blest.

2 For mercies all so tender,
For goodness ever free,
We now devoutly render
Our praises, Lord, to Thee;
For truth so brightly beaming—
For Christ, the sinner’s friend,
Whose love, a world redeeming,
Shall never, never end.

3 For Holy Spirit, seeking
Our wayward hearts to win,
For voice within us speaking
When led to doubt or sin—
For bliss we may inherit
When this brief life is o’er,
Thee, Father, Son, and Spirit,
We gratefully adore.

4 In each unknown tomorrow
Mark out for us the way;
And lead, through joy or sorrow,
To realms of endless day.
With loved ones gone before us,
There may we join to raise
The hallelujah chorus
Of never ending praise.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #8507

Author: Julius Brigg

Brigg, Julius, born at Leeds, 1840, is the youngest son of John Newsom Brigg, woollen merchant, of that town, and an earnest worker in Sunday Schools, in connection with which he wrote numerous hymns and poems. Mr. Julius Brigg entered the Wesleyan Ministry in 1864, since which time he has been engaged in full circuit work. His contributions to hymnody include the following hymns:— 1. Father, from Thy throne in glory. Sunday School Teachers. Written in October, 1861, to be sung at the Annual Meeting of the Wesleyan S. S. Teachers of Leeds. It was published in the Methodist Sunday School Hymn Book, 1879, The Golden Harp Sunday School Hymn Book, and others. 2. Lord of angels, pure and holy. Divine Worship. A hymn for children w… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Again we meet in gladness
Author: Julius Brigg
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain


Again we meet in gladness. S. S. Anniversary. Written in 1880, and first published in Stevenson's School Hymnal, the same year.

-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


The Cyber Hymnal #8507
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