1 O what joy would be ours, as we watch and pray,—
Did we think, often times, of the coming morn—
Of the morn which shall follow this life’s brief day,
When all night shall be lost, in one radiant dawn.
O what joy! O what joy!
When our loved ones we shall greet!
O what joy! O what joy,
When our Savior we shall meet.
2 O what joy would be ours ‘mid the cares of life,
Did we think, often times, of that tearless home,
Where no sorrow nor pain, where no sin nor strife,
Shall be ours when no longer from Christ we roam. [Refrain]
3 O what joy would be ours when our hopes deceive,
Did we think, often times, of that Faithful Friend,
Who will never forsake but at last receive
E’en the weakest and poorest, when life doth end. [Refrain]
4 O what joy would be ours as we mourn and weep,
Did we think, often times, of the loved and blest
In their mansions above, where they vigil keep,
As they wait for our coming to heaven’s rest. [Refrain]
5 O what joy will be ours when our Lord we meet,
When we evermore dwell with our Gracious King;
O what joy will be ours when our loved we greet,
And the praises of Jesus with them we sing. [Refrain]
Source: Great Revival Hymns No.2 #2
|Instances (1 - 2 of 2)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Great Revival Hymns No.2 #2||O What Joy will be Ours||O what joy would be ours as we watch and pray||[O what joy would be ours]||E. G. W. Wesley||1913|
|World Wide Revival Songs for the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Meetings #d178||O what joy, O what joy, when our loved ones we shall greet||O what joy would be ours as we watch and pray||Ernest G. W. Wesley||1915|