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O my Savior, glorified, Now the heavens

O my Savior, glorified, Now the heavens

Author: F. C. Jennings
Tune: MOZART (11175)
Published in 5 hymnals

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1. O my Savior, glorified!
Now the heavens, opened wide,
Show to faith’s exultant eye
One in beauteous majesty.

2. Worthy of the sweetest praise
That my ransomed heart can raise,
Is that Man in whom alone
God Himself is fully known.

3. For those clustering glories prove
That glad Gospel, "God is Love."
Whilst those wounds, in glory bright,
Voice the solemn, "God is Light."

4. Hark, my soul! thy Savior sings;
Catch the joy that music brings;
And, with that sweet flood of song,
Pour thy whispering praise along.

5. O my Savior, glorified,
Turn my eye from all beside,
Let me but Thy beauty see—
Other light is dark to me.


Source: The Cyber Hymnal #5193

Author: F. C. Jennings

Born: December 3, 1847, Calcutta, India. Died: April 17, 1948, Plainfield, New Jersey. Buried: Hillside Cemetery, Plainfield, New Jersey. Jennings emigrated to America in 1871, and eventually established a tea business in New York City. He was associated with Britain’s Plymouth Brethren in the 1870’s, and, in 1881, moved to Plainfield, New Jersey. His works include: Old Groans and New Songs Judges and Ruth The End of the European War in the Light of Scripture, 1915 The World Conflict in Light of the Prophetic Word, 1917 Studies in Isaiah (Neptune, New Jersey: Loizeaux Brothers, 1935) --www.hymntime.com/tch Go to person page >

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Author: F. C. Jennings

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