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The King Will Come at Age's End

The King will come at age's end

Author: Laurie F. Gauger
Tune: AGE’S END
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 The King will come at age’s end,
The trumpets trill, the heavens rend,
Unveiling new Jerusalem. Alleluia!

2 The book of life will name its names,
Each bought by cross’s bitter pain,
Each inked in blood and sealed in flame. Alleluia!

3 All-glorious on his gleaming throne,
The King will claim his saints, his own,
And with them dwell and make a home. Alleluia!

4 And nights of tears, though late and long,
Will disappear in splendid dawn,
And deeps of death will all be gone. Alleluia!

5 Amen, amen! Lord Jesus, come!
My Savior fair, come bear me home.
For you are King of kings alone! Alleluia!

Author: Laurie F. Gauger

Laurie Gauger has written and published hymns, devotions, religious curriculum materials, and hundreds of magazine articles. She has worked as an English and music teacher at Shoreland Lutheran High School (Somers, Wisconsin) and a curriculum writer and editor at Northwestern Publishing House (Milwaukee, Wisconsin). She currently serves Martin Luther College (New Ulm, Minnesota) as the campus writer/editor, producing two magazines, several newsletters, and various other publications. Her hymns have been published by Northwestern Publishing House, Concordia Publishing House, and Faith Alive. She can be reached at gaugerlf at mlc-wels.edu. Laurie Gauger Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The King will come at age's end
Title: The King Will Come at Age's End
Author: Laurie F. Gauger
Meter: 8.8.8.4
Copyright: © 2004 Laurie F. Gauger

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