Brethren Archive Exploring the history of some of those known as "Plymouth Brethren", and a few other things.

NUMBER: 202

What Will It Be To Dwell Above

by Joseph Swain (1761-1796)


Set: Canterbury 2011 Stage
Tune: Sagna L. M. D.

Set: Canterbury 2011 Stage
Tune: Sagna L. M. D.

Set: Spruce Lake 2004
Tune: Sagna L. M. D.


1 WHAT will it be to dwell above,
And with the Lord of glory reign,
Since the blest knowledge of His love
So brightens all this dreary plain?
No heart can think, no tongue can tell,
What joy 'twill be with Christ to dwell.

2 When sin no more obstructs the sight,
And flesh and sense deceive no more,
When we shall see the Prince of light,
And all His works of grace explore,
What heights and depths of love divine
Will there through endless ages shine!

3 And God has fixed the happy day,
When the last tear shall dim our eyes;
When He will wipe these tears away,
And fill our hearts with glad surprise;
To hear His voice, and see His face,
And know the fulness of His grace!




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