1 How beautiful the sight
Of brethren who agree
In friendship to unite,
And bonds of charity;
'Tis like the precious ointment, shed
O'er all his robes, from Aaron's head.
2 'Tis like the dews that fill
The cups of Hermon's flow'rs;
Or Zion's fruitful hill,
Bright with the drops of show'rs.
When mingling odors breathe around,
And glory rests on all the ground.
3 For there the Lord commands
Blessings, a boundless store,
From his unsparing hands,
Yea, life for evermore;
Thrice happy they who meet above
To spend eternity in love!
|First Line:||How beautiful the sight|
|Title:||How Beautiful the Sight|
|Author:||James Montgomery, 1771-1854|
|Topic:||Christian Friendship; Heaven: Reunion in; Peace: Ecclesiastical(2 more...)|
|Composer:||John B. Dykes, 1823-1876|