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Glory!

Life may bring sorrow and weariness now

Author: Harriet H. Pierson
Tune: [Life may bring sorrow and weariness now]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Life may bring sorrow and weariness now,
Under the weight of the cross I may bow;
When Jesus places the crown on my brow,
That will be glory, be glory for me!

Refrain:
Oh, that will be glory for me, glory for me, glory for me!
Saved by His grace and beholding His face,
That will be glory, be glory for me!

2 When time is ended and heaven begun,
Earth's trials over, its victories won;
When Jesus places the crown on my brow,
That will be glory, be glory for me! [Refrain]

3 When I shall see the dear Lord I have known
Once more exalted, a King on His throne;
When I shall hear Him confess me His own,
That will be glory, be glory for me! [Refrain]

Source: Alexander's Gospel Songs #41

Author: Harriet H. Pierson

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Text Information

First Line: Life may bring sorrow and weariness now
Title: Glory!
Author: Harriet H. Pierson
Publication Date: 1908
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.
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