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There's a glorious hope thrilling Christian souls today

There's a glorious hope thrilling Christian souls today

Author: Anton J. Kehrein
Tune: [There's a glorious hope thrilling Christian souls today]
Published in 5 hymnals

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1. There’s a glorious hope thrilling Christian souls today,
And our hearts beat high as in faith we watch and pray,
Looking unto Him who shall call His own away
To the glory over yonder.

Refrain
In the glory over yonder,
We shall meet Him by and by,
We shall greet Him in the sky;
Praising Him in love and wonder,
In the glory over yonder.

2. As we wait for Him, daily watching and in prayer,
What a peace He gives, what a joy beyond compare;
Just a foretaste here of the rapture we will share
In the glory over yonder. [Refrain]

3. Is your heart at rest? Have you given all to God?
Are you fully cleansed in the Savior’s precious blood?
Are you walking now in the path that Jesus trod
To the glory over yonder? [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #1841

Author: Anton J. Kehrein

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First Line: There's a glorious hope thrilling Christian souls today
Author: Anton J. Kehrein
Refrain First Line: In the glory over yonder

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The Cyber Hymnal #1841
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