We Shall Behold Him

Album: Love Overflowing (1981)
  • The sky shall unfold
    Preparing His entrance
    The stars shall applaud Him
    With thunders of praise

    The sweet light in His eyes, shall enhance those awaiting
    And we shall behold Him, then face to face

    O we shall behold Him, we shall behold Him
    Face to face in all of His glory
    O we shall behold Him, yes we shall behold Him
    Face to face, our Savior and Lord

    The angel will sound, the shout of His coming
    And the sleeping shall rise, from there slumbering place
    And those remaining, shall be changed in a moment
    And we shall behold him, then face to face

    We shall behold Him, o yes we shall behold Him
    Face to face in all of His glory
    We shall behold Him, face to face
    Our Savior and Lord
    We shall behold Him, our Savior and Lord
    Savior and Lord!


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