We shall see and flow together

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1 We shall see and flow together, saith the Lord,
And our vision shall be glorious thro’ His word,
When the Savior comes within,
Cleansing all the heart from sin,
And salvation joys begin,
We shall see.

We shall see and walk in the light,
We shall see the path will be bright,
We shall see the face of the Lord,
And rejoice in His glorious word.

2 We will all be one in Jesus in that day,
When the Spirit in His fullness comes to stay,
We will glory in the cross,
Counting all things else but loss,
When our hearts are free from dross,
We shall see. [Refrain]

3 We shall see the precious Savior every day,
We shall know His pow’r to keep us all the way,
And the goal we have in view,
Will be ours if we are true,
And we walk the journey through,
We shall see. [Refrain]

4 When we reach the glorious ending over there,
And behold the wondrous beauty rich and rare,
When we walk the streets of gold,
And our Savior there behold,
We’ll be filled with joys untold,
We shall see. [Refrain]

Source: The Best of All: complete #220

Author: J. M. Harris

Born: May 29, 1867, Williamsport, Ohio. Died: July 20, 1934, Miami, Florida. John’s wife was songwriter Margaret Harris. His works include: Waves of Glory No. 1 (Los Angeles, California: Nazarene Publishing Company, 1905) (editor) Spiritual Songs, edited with his wife Margaret & G. A. McLaughlin (Chicago, Illinois: Christian Witness Publishing Company, circa 1908) Glorious Gospel in Song (Chicago, Illinois: Christian Witness Publishing Company, 1910) (editor) --www.hymntime.com/tch  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: We shall see and flow together
Author: J. M. Harris
Refrain First Line: We shall see and walk in the light
Copyright: Public Domain



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Glorious Gospel Hymns #149

Songs of Devotion and Praise #d190

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The Best of All #220

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