1. There’s a light upon the mountains,
And the day is at the spring,
When our eyes shall see the beauty
And the glory of the King:
Weary was our heart with waiting,
And the night watch seemed so long,
But His triumph day is breaking
And we hail it with a song.
2. In the fading of the starlight
We may see the coming morn;
And the lights of men are paling
In the splendors of the dawn;
For the eastern skies are glowing
As with light of hidden fire,
And the hearts of men are stirring
With the throbs of deep desire.
3. There’s a hush of expectation
And a quiet in the air
And the breath of God is moving
In the fervent breath of prayer;
For the suffering, dying Jesus
Is the Christ upon the throne,
And the travail of our spirit
Is the travail of His own.
4. He is breaking down the barriers,
He is casting up the way;
He is calling for His angels
To build up the gates of day:
But His angels here are human,
Not the shining hosts above;
For the drum beats of His army
Are the heartbeats of our love.
5. Hark! we hear a distant music
And it comes with fuller swell;
’Tis the triumph song of Jesus,
Of our King, Immanuel!
Go ye forth with joy to meet Him!
And, my soul, be swift to bring
All thy sweetest and thy dearest
For the triumph of our King!
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #6615
|First Line:||There's a light upon the mountains, and the day is at the spring|
|Title:||There's a Light Upon the Mountains|
|Instances (1 - 6 of 6)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|An Nou Chanté! : Let's Sing! #21||There's a light upon the mountains (Sou tèt mòn yon limiè parèt)||There's a light upon the mountains (Sou tèt mòn yon limiè parèt)||[There's a light upon the mountains (Sou tèt mòn yon limiè parèt)]||Henry Burton, 1840-1930 ; A. R.||1979|
|Complete Mission Praise #679||There's a light upon the mountains||There's a light upon the mountains||15 15 15 15||1999|
|Hymns and Psalms: a Methodist and ecumenical hymn book #246||There's a light upon the mountains||There's a light upon the mountains||MT HOLYOKE||Henry Burton||1983|
|Singing the Faith #188||There's a light upon the mountains, and the day is at the spring||There's a light upon the mountains, and the day is at the spring||THERE'S A LIGHT UPON THE MOUNTAINS||Henry Burton, 1840-1930||15 15 15 15||Colossians 2:15; Hebrews 12:2; Isaiah 2:1-5; Isaiah 7:14; Isaiah 33:17; Isaiah 53:11; Isaiah 57:14; Isaiah 60; John 12:13-16; Luke 1:5-14; Matthew 1:23; Matthew 25:1-13; Nahum 1:15; Zechariah 9:9||2011||The Promised Christ: Advent | ; The Communion of Saints ||
|The Cyber Hymnal #6615||There's a Light upon the Mountains||There's a light upon the mountains||AUTUMN||Henry Burton||87.87 D|
|Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #276||There’s a light upon the mountains, and the day is at the spring||There’s a light upon the mountains, and the day is at the spring||THERE'S A LIGHT UPON THE MOUNTAINS||Henry Burton, 1840-1930||15 15.15 15||Galatians 3:11-14; Isaiah 18:3; Isaiah 33:17-22; Isaiah 40:1-9; Isaiah 57:14-15; Isaiah 62:10; John 12:12-19; Luke 3:1-6; Luke 3:15; Mark 1:2-15; Matthew 3:1-13; Romans 8:18-25||1999||Consummation in Christ | ; Faith | ; Festal Joy | ; God's Love to Us | ; Hope | ; Jesus Christ | Kingship; Light | ; Longing for God | ; Music | ; Name/s of Jesus | ; Prophetic Witness | ; Response to Word | ; Saints Days and Holy Days | St John the Baptist; Salvation | ; Worship | Gathering|