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We Shall See the King in Beauty

When the everlasting portals

Author: Emma Pitt
Tune: [When the everlasting portals]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 When the everlasting portals
Shall their golden doors unfold,
We shall see the King in beauty,
Then His glory we’ll behold.

Refrain:
We shall praise with ransom’d powers
Where the angel voices ring,
We shall wear our blood-wash’d garments,
And redemption’s chorus sing.

2 Oh, the mighty, mighty chorus,
How ‘twill thrill in yonder throng,
When we sing the love of Jesus
In the everlasting song. [Refrain]

3 How we’ll glow with joyful rapture
That our praise was half so sweet,
When we dwelt in earthly houses
Where the chosen ones did meet. [Refrain]

4 Praise the Lord with all your living,
In the courts below give praise,
We shall see the King in beauty,
And adore thro’ endless days. [Refrain]

Source: Exalted Praise: a twentieth century collection of sacred hymns for the church, Sunday school, and devotional meetings #29

Author: Emma Pitt

Born: 1846, Maryland. Pitt was living in Bal­ti­more, Mar­y­land, by 1880, and through at least 1910. She may have died be­fore 1920, as the daugh­ter with whom she was living in 1910 was on her own and still sin­gle in 1920. --www.hymntime.com Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When the everlasting portals
Title: We Shall See the King in Beauty
Author: Emma Pitt
Refrain First Line: We shall praise
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