Now our eyes are often dim

Now our eyes are often dim

Author: Allen Alket
Tune: [Now our eyes are often dim]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Now our eyes are often dim,
Tear-stained with the trials of life,
But we know that when Christ comes,
There’ll be no more of pain nor strife.

Refrain:
God shall wipe away all tears,
God shall wipe away all tears,
And when He comes again,
There’ll be no weeping then,
For God shall wipe away all tears.

2 Hearts are broken ev’rywhere,
Sin has marred and scarred our way;
Soon we’ll meet Him in the sky,
No more of sin on that glad day. [Refrain]

3 Saddened then by dear ones lost,
Taken from this earthly fold;
Oh! what joy ‘twill be up there,
To meet them on the streets of gold. [Refrain]

Source: The King's Songs #123

Author: Allen Alket

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Text Information

First Line: Now our eyes are often dim
Author: Allen Alket
Language: English
Refrain First Line: God shall wipe away all tears

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Glad Gospel Songs #8

Gospel Truth in Song No. 3 #d122

Praise and Victory Songs #d84

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The King's Songs #123

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