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Mountains Are All Aglow

Mountains are all aglow with autumn colors so bright

Author: Ok In Lim (1967); Translator: Hae Jong Kim (1988)
Tune: KAHM-SAH
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: Recording
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Author: Ok In Lim

(no biographical information available about Ok In Lim.) Go to person page >

Translator: Hae Jong Kim

Hae Jong Kim (Hangul: 김해정; born 1935) was a Korean American Bishop of the United Methodist Church, elected in 1992, who resigned as a bishop in 2005. Kim was born in Seoul, Korea in 1935. During the Korean War he became a Christian. Then, while working for a United States Marine Corps Chaplain as an interpreter, translating sermons before Korean audiences, he decided to enter into ministry. He was 17 years old. Kim is married to Wha-Sei P. Kim. They have three children: Eugene, Eusun, and Eumi. Kim went to the Methodist Theological Seminary in Seoul, and upon completing study there came to the United States to pursue further education. He graduated in 1964 with an M.Div. degree from the Methodist Theological School in Ohio.… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Mountains are all aglow with autumn colors so bright
Title: Mountains Are All Aglow
Korean Title: Sammada buritanda
Translator: Hae Jong Kim (1988)
Author: Ok In Lim (1967)
Meter: 13.13.13.15 with refrain
Source: Korean
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Reaching far as earthly eyes can see
Copyright: Trans. © 1989 The United Methodist Publishing House; © 1967 The United Methodist Publishing House

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Instances

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The United Methodist Hymnal #86

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