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Here shall no Trouble or Dismay

Here shall no Trouble or Dismay

Author: James Reilly
Published in 5 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Here shall no Trouble or Dismay
Reach us, nor Want, nor Sin, nor Shame,
For Christ To-day and Yesterday,
And to Eternity's the same.

2 Here consummate in Joy and Peace,
We hail that wounded, bleeding Heart,
Where, sav'd from Sin, we'll never cease
To praise the Lamb our better Part.

3 Now all Things in one Period turn;
Sin dare no more to show its Head;
No more we want, nor sigh, nor mourn,
On ev'ry Foe we conqu'ring tread.

4 The End is come, God hath appear'd,
Assum'd our Flesh, and Blood, and Bone;
The Body, in his Love, prepar'd,
Is that where Christ and we are one.

5 O Death! where's now thy Sting and Curse?
Where's now thy boasted Pow'r and Might?
We feel no more the dread Remorse,
Nor can thy Terrors us affright.

6 Glory to our incarnate God!
We're sav'd in him, the Work is done;
He leads us, by the Saviour's Blood,
Up to the Glories of his Throne.

Source: Christian Hymns, Poems, and Spiritual Songs: sacred to the praise of God our Saviour #I.XLVII

Author: James Reilly

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Text Information

First Line: Here shall no Trouble or Dismay
Author: James Reilly
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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Christian Hymns, Poems, and Spiritual Songs #I.XLVII

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Evangelical Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs #13

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Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs #171

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Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs #CCXLV

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