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In us the hope of glory

In us the hope of glory

Author: Edward W. Eddis
Published in 12 hymnals

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1 In us the hope of glory
O risen Lord, art Thou:
The firstfruits of the Spirit
Are in us now;
Yet still in dust and ashes
Before Thy throne we kneel;
And in our hearts is hidden
Thy living seal.

2 The whole creation groaneth
In prison chains for Thee:
O rend the veil asunder,
And set us free.
Raise up Thy holy sleepers,
And change Thy saints on earth,
In all, as one, revealing,
The second birth.

3 O come in all Thy glory,
Our great Immanuel;
Come forth, our Prince and Savior,
With us to dwell.
Bring Thine eternal Sabbath,
Bring Thine eternal day,
And cause all grief and sighing,
To flee away.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9322

Author: Edward W. Eddis

Eddis, Edward William, a member of the Catholic Apostolic Church, commonly known as the "Irvingites," compiled for the use of their congregations, and published in 1864, Hymns for the Use of the Churches (London, Bosworth & Harrison). It contained 205 hymns, of which nineteen were his original compositions, and two translations. The 2nd edition, in a revised form with 320 hymns and 44 doxologies, was published in 1871 (London, J. Strangeways). To this he contributed forty new hymns and one translation, thus making 62 hymns. All these are signed "E. W. Eddis." Very few are found in any other collection. The exceptions include "O brightness of the Immortal Father's Face " (translation from the Greek); "In us the hope of glory" (The Second Adv… Go to person page >

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First Line: In us the hope of glory
Author: Edward W. Eddis



The Cyber Hymnal #9322
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