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Golden Grain

From the harvest field there's a blessed yield

Author: John O. Foster
Tune: [From the harvest field there's a blessed yield]
Published in 8 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

From the harvest field there’s a blessed yield,
Of a rich and ripe display;
For the Master’s hand over all the land,
Gives a hundred-fold today.

Chorus:
Then we’ll gather, gather,
Then we’ll gather from the valley and the plain,
Then we’ll gather, gather,
With our hearts full of gladness we will gather golden grain.

Ev’ry want supplied, ev’ry good applied,
Naught but gratitude we bring;
With a grateful heart each will bear a part,
In a tribute to our King.

With our songs of joy in His glad employ,
We will shout God’s praise amain;
With the reaper’s song we will join the throng,
That has gathered golden grain.

After toil is done, and the vict’ry’s won,
In the Canaan of our Lord,
Where the skies are bright in the holy light,
We shall have our rich reward.


Source: Twentieth (20th) Century Songs Part One #34

Author: John O. Foster

19th Century Currently, our only data on Foster is that he was a minister. --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: From the harvest field there's a blessed yield
Title: Golden Grain
Author: John O. Foster
Refrain First Line: Then we'll gather, gather
Publication Date: 1890
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 8 of 8)

Carmina Sacra #d46

Enduring Hymns #d45

Gospel Bells #d45

Gospel Light, or Hymns and Tunes for all Occasions of Christian Work and Worship #d109

Songs for the Harvest Field #d30

Standard Revival Songs, and Bible Readings #d13

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Twentieth (20th) Century Songs Part One #34

Vineyard Songs #d30

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