Everlasting glory unto Jesus be

Representative Text

1 Everlasting glory
Unto Jesus be!
Sing aloud the story
Of His victory!
How He left the splendor
Of His home on high,
Came in love so tender,
On the cross to die.

Refrain:
Everlasting glory
Unto Jesus be!
Sing aloud the story
Of His victory!

2 Yes! He came from heaven,
Suffered in our stead;
Praise to Him be given,
“Firstborn from the dead!”
Jesus, meek and lowly,
Came the lost to save;
He, the Victim holy,
Triumphed o'er the grave. [Refrain]

3 Christ is Lord of glory,
Sing we now today;
Tell abroad the story;
Own His rightful sway!
Sing aloud; and never
Cease to spread His fame;
Triumph, now and ever,
In the Savior's Name. [Refrain]


Source: Choice Hymns of the Faith #11

Author: Hannah K. Burlingham

Burlingham, Hannah Kilham, eldest daughter of Henry Burlingham of Evesham. She died at Evesham, May 15, 1901, aged 59. Many of her translations from the German are noted in this Dictionary. See list, p. 1507, iii, [Rev. James Mearns. M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907) ----------------- She was raised in a Quaker family, Burlingham and became associated with the Plymouth Brethren around 1863. Many of her religious poems and translations appeared in the British Herald. © The Cyber Hymnal™. Used by permission. (www.hymntime.com)  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Everlasting glory unto Jesus be
Author: Hannah K. Burlingham
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

ST. GERTRUDE

The popularity of this hymn is partly due to ST. GERTRUDE, the marching tune that Arthur S. Sullivan (PHH 46) composed for this text. The tune was published in the Musical Times of December 1871 in an advertisement for Joseph Barnby's (PHH 438) forthcoming Hymnary, which published both text and tune…

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