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Here the heart-arche, there the gladness

Here the heart-arche, there the gladness

Author: Adelaide A. Procter
Tune: [Here the heartache, there the gladness]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Here the heartache, there the gladness,
Here the tear, and there the smile,
Here the disappointments, sadness,
But in just a little while.

Refrain:
We shall be satisfied, fully satisfied,
With a joy full and complete,
Earth forgotten, glory entered,
Satisfied at Jesus’ feet.

2 Here the suff’ring, there the conquest,
Here the cross, and there the crown,
Here the weary, falt’ring footsteps,
There we lay the burden down. [Refrain]

3 Here the longing, there fulfillment,
Here the shadow, there the light,
Here the tempter, there our Saviour,
When we pass beyond the night. [Refrain]

Source: New Songs of Praise and Power 1-2-3 Combined #324

Author: Adelaide A. Procter

Not to be confused with Adelaide A. Pollard. Adelaide Anne Proctor was born in London, in 1825. Her father, Brian W. Proctor, is well known by his literary nom de guerre of Barry Cornwall. In 1853, Miss Proctor became a contributor to Dickens' "Household Words." Her reputation as a poet was secured by the publication of her first volume of "Legends and Lyrics," in 1858. A second volume was added in 1860. She also published other compositions in poetry and prose. She died in 1864. She was a member of the Roman Catholic Church. --Annotations of the Hymnal, Charles Hutchins, M.A. 1872.… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Here the heart-arche, there the gladness
Author: Adelaide A. Procter
Refrain First Line: We shall be satisfied



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