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There are treasures for children in heaven above

There are treasures for children in heaven above

Translator: Ernest Edwin Ryden (1928)
Tune: [There are treasures for children in heaven above]
Published in 6 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 There are treasures for children in heaven above,
For the children who trust in their Lord;
They shall dwell in the light of His favor and love,
They shall praise Him with joyous accord.

Refrain:
There are treasures in heav’n, there are treasures in heav’n,
There are treasures for children in heav’n;
In the mansions so bright,
Where the Lord is the Light,
Shall the treasures to children be giv’n.

2 They shall drink of the river that flows from the throne,
They shall feast with the ransomed and blest,
They shall tell of His glory who calls them His own
In that beautiful country of rest. [Refrain]

3 They shall join in the anthems of glory and praise,
They shall sing with the angels so fair;
And no sorrow or sighing shall hush their sweet lays,
When they meet their Redeemer up there. [Refrain]

Amen.

Source: The Junior Hymnal, Containing Sunday School and Luther League Liturgy and Hymns for the Sunday School #287

Translator: Ernest Edwin Ryden

Ernest Edwin Ryden is a distinguished Lutheran clergyman who has been a life-long student of hymns. At present he is pastor of Emanuel Lutheran Church in North Grosvenordale, Connecticut. This is the latest of a long series of services he has rendered in the Lutheran Church. For twenty-seven years he was editor of "The Lutheran Companion," the official organ of the former Augustana Lutheran Church. His contributions to hymnody were many. He was a member of the Committee which created the Augustana Hymnal of 1925 to which he contributed eight original hymns and translations. He was co-editor of the Junior Hymnal for which he wrote a number of hymns. He was secretary of the committee which prepared the Service Book and Hymnal. Here again he h… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There are treasures for children in heaven above
Swedish Title: Något för barnen
Translator: Ernest Edwin Ryden (1928)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: There are treasures in heaven
Copyright: Public Domain

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