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


NUMBER: 352

From The Palace Of His Glory

by Frances Bevan


Tune: Halle 8.7.8.7.


1 FROM the palace of His glory,
From the home of joy and love,
Came the Lord Himself to seek us;
He would have us there above.

2 There from that eternal brightness
Have His thoughts flowed forth in love;
He in His great love would have us
Ever there with Him above.

3 Trembling, we had hoped for mercy ---
Some lone place within the door;
But the crown, the throne, the mansion
All were purposed long before.

4 And in past and distant ages,
In those courts so bright and fair,
Ere we were, was He rejoicing,
All He won with us to share.





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