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With joy we lift our eyes To those bright realms above

With joy we lift our eyes To those bright realms above

Author: Thomas Jervis
Tune: CAMBRIDGE (Harrison)
Published in 12 hymnals

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1. With joy we lift our eyes,
To those bright realms above,
That glorious temple in the skies,
Where dwells eternal love.

2. Before Thy throne we bow,
O Thou almighty king;
Here we present the solemn vow
And hymns of praise we sing.

3. While in Thy house we kneel,
With trust and holy fear,
Thy mercy and Thy truth reveal,
And lend a gracious ear.

4. Lord, teach our hearts to pray,
And tune our lips to sing,
Nor from Thy presence cast away,
The sacrifice we bring.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #7554

Author: Thomas Jervis

Jervis, Thomas, son of a Presbyterian Minister of the same name, was born at Ipswich in 1748, and educated for the Ministry at Hoxton. In 1770 he was appointed classical and mathematical tutor at the Exeter Academy. From 1772 to 1783 he was tutor to the sons of the Earl of Shelburne, at Bowood, where Dr. Priestley was librarian. In the latter year Jervis succeeded Dr. A. Rees at St. Thomas's Southwark, moving in 1796, after the death of Dr. Kippis, to the Princes' St. Chapel, Westminster. From 1808 to 1818 he was minister at the Mill Hill Chapel, Leeds. After his retirement he lived in the neighbourhood of London, and died there in 1833. Jervis was one of the four editors of A Collection of Hymns & Psalms for Public & Private Worship, Londo… Go to person page >

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Author: Thomas Jervis

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