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Glory Breaks Beyond

We wait for light, for brightness

Author: M. Fraser
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 We wait for light, for brightness,
We shall not wait in vain;
For glory breaks beyond the gloom,
Clear, shining after rain.

Chorus:
Glory, glory breaks beyond the gloom,
Thro' Christ, our Saviour, we shall triumph over death and the tomb.

2 We wait the glorious dawning,
The new, the brighter day;
We wait until the shadows have
For ever fled away. [Chorus]

3 We wait His word of promise,
A word that cannot fail;
And hope is like an anchor cast,
All firm within the vail. [Chorus]

Source: The Gospel Choir No. 2 #d117

Author: M. Fraser

Maud Frazer Jackson USA 1873-1950. It is surmised she lived in PA and/or NJ. She was a religious author, poet, and music compiler, who published her collections of music, including 400 hymns called “Hymns about forgiveness!”, “Wayside Song” (1922), and “Starlight & lamplight” (1928). Her poems were sometimes furnished to newspapers around the country and printed. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: We wait for light, for brightness
Title: Glory Breaks Beyond
Author: M. Fraser
Refrain First Line: Glory, glory breaks beyond the gloom
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Gospel Choir No. 2 #d117

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