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There's a whisper from the glory of the coming

There's a whisper from the glory of the coming

Author: M. E. Barber
Tune: [There’s a whisper from the glory of the coming of the Lord]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 There’s a whisper from the glory of the coming of the Lord!
Oh, the joy my heart is tasting as I rest upon His Word,
And what peace amid earth’s tumult doth this precious truth afford,—
The Lord is coming soon!

Refrain:
Glory, glory, Hallelujah!
Christ is coming! Hallelujah!
Glory, glory! Hallelujah!
The Lord is coming soon!

2 In the glory of His promise I am living day by day,
And the light of Heav’n is dawning on earth’s dreary, desert way,
While I wait that sweetest whisper, “Up, my child, and come away,”—
The Lord is coming soon! [Refrain]

3 What matters is the tumult of the world with sorrow rife?
For the conflict now is ending and the glorious Prince of Life
Will present His shining laurels to the victors o’er the strife,—
The Lord is coming soon! [Refrain]

4 There’s a glory on the mountains and a glory on the sea,
And the valleys now are glowing and the desert way can be
Just a pilgrimage to glory since He whispered it to me—
The Lord is coming soon! [Refrain]

Source: Evangelistic Songs #63

Author: M. E. Barber

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Text Information

First Line: There's a whisper from the glory of the coming
Author: M. E. Barber
Refrain First Line: Glory, glory, hallelujah
Copyright: Public Domain

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Evangelistic Songs #63

Songs of Trust and Triumph No. 3 #d171

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