How cheering is the Christian's hopeAuthor: Bessie Doolittle
Published in 24 hymnals
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1 How cheering is the Christian's hope,
While toiling here below!
It buoys us up while passing thro'
This wilderness of woe,
2 It points to us a land of rest,
Where saints with Christ will reign,
Where we shall meet the loved of earth,
And never part again,
3 A land where sin can never come,
Temptations ne'er annoy,
Where happiness will ever dwell,
And that without alloy.
4 In that bright world no fears will flow,
Death ne'er can enter there;
For all who gain that heavenly land
Will be as angels are.
5 Fly, ling'ring moments, fly, O fly,
Dear Saviour, quickly come!
We long to see thee as thou art,
And reach that blissful home.
Source: Christ in Song: for all religious services nearly one thousand best gospel hymns, new and old with responsive scripture readings (Rev. and Enl.) #724
|Instances (1 - 4 of 4)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal #440||How cheering is the Christian's hope||How cheering is the Christian's hope||EXHORTATION||1985|
|Small Church Music #1217||How cheering is the Christian's hope||How cheering is the Christian's hope||[How cheering is the Christian's hope]|
|The Cyber Hymnal #2215||How Cheering Is the Christian's Hope||How cheering is the Christian's hope||[How cheering is the Christian's hope]||Anonymous|
|The Willard Hymnary #3||OPENING SONG||How cheering is the Christian’s hope||EXHORTATION||A Millerite Adventist||C.M.||2012||Found in Advent Christian and Seventh-Day Adventist hymnals from late 1840s onwards.|