Love's dwelling place

Most glorious things are said of thee

Author: Anna K. Thomas
Tune: [Most glorious things are said of thee]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 Most glorious things are said of thee,
Thou dwelling-place of love divine;
From out thy midst bright gleams we see,
For God in thee doth shine.

Who would not dwell in realms so fair,
All bathed in love’s eternal light,
With garments washed in blood to wear,
Thru holy love made white?

2 With luscious fruits thou dost abound,
And living wells of water spring;
With heaven’s truth I’m girded round
In gardens of my King. [Refrain]

3 A scepter love is that he sways,
And heavenly love the rule he bears;
‘Tis love that guides him in his ways,
And love the crown he wears. [Refrain]

4 With princely guests I feast each day
While dwelling in this blest abode;
At love’s bright fount my thirst allay,
My cup, the hand of God. [Refrain]

Source: Songs of Grace and Glory: A New and Inspiring Selection of Sacred Songs for Evangelical Use and General Worship #40

Author: Anna K. Thomas

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First Line: Most glorious things are said of thee
Title: Love's dwelling place
Author: Anna K. Thomas
Refrain First Line: Who would not dwell in realms so fair
Copyright: Public Domain


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