10cf746e54 I had heard this quote since I was a child, but never realized the origin and the context of it. Ninth edition. 9Rather, as it is written: - No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no heart has imagined, what God has prepared for those who love Him. "Glory Colorado" has been a fight song at the University of Colorado (Boulder) for more than one hundred years. In 1890, George Kimball wrote his account of how the 2nd Infantry Battalion of the Massachusetts militia, known as the "Tiger" Battalion, collectively worked out the lyrics to "John Brown's Body". Accessed via Google Books 1 June 2014 ^ The Battle Hymn of the Republic: A Biography of the Song That Marches On by John Stauffer and Benjamin Soskis. If he made his appearance a few minutes late among the working squad, or was a little tardy in falling into the company line, he was sure to be greeted with such expressions as "Come, old fellow, you ought to be at it if you are going to help us free the slaves"; or, "This can't be John Brownwhy, John Brown is dead." And then some wag would add, in a solemn, drawling tone, as if it were his purpose to give particular emphasis to the fact that John Brown was really, actually dead: "Yes, yes, poor old John Brown is dead; his body lies mouldering in the grave." . Most frequently, fans chant "Glory, Glory." plus their team's name: the chants have been recorded and released officially as songs by Hibernian, Tottenham, Leeds United and Manchester United. She originally wanted to do a dedication show for President John F.
^ Williams, Andy, Battle Hymn of the Republic (chart positions), Music VF, retrieved June 16, 2013. History. More arrangements^ top. Both songs had the same Chorus with an additional "Glory" in the second line: "Glory! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah!". In 1994, it was played at the state funeral of Richard Nixon. Text InformationText InformationScripture ReferencesRelated TextsAmerica the BeautifulMy country, 'tis of theeGod of Our Fathers, Whose Almighty HandO say, can you see, by the dawn's early lightO Canada! First Line: Mine eyes have seen the glory Title: Battle Hymn of the Republic Author: Julia Ward Howe (1862) Meter: 126.96.36.199 with refrain Language: English Refrain First Line: Glory, glory, hallelujah Copyright: Public Domain Joshua 5:13-15 (hymns)2 Samuel 23:4 (hymns)Psalm 18:33 (hymns)Psalm 43:3 (hymns)Psalm 45:4 (hymns)Psalm 76:11-12 (hymns)Isaiah 6:1 (hymns)Isaiah 27:1 (hymns)Isaiah 30:28 (hymns)Isaiah 42:12-13 (hymns)Isaiah 52:7 (hymns)Isaiah 62:3 (hymns)Isaiah 63:1-4 (hymns)Isaiah 66:1 (hymns)Jeremiah 25:30 (hymns)Ezekiel 21:14-15 (hymns)Hosea 6:3 (hymns)Zechariah 9:14 (hymns)Matthew 6:28-29 (hymns)Matthew 24:30 (hymns)Mark 13:26 (hymns)Luke 2:30 (hymns)Luke 21:27 (hymns)John 8:32 (hymns)Acts 7:49 (hymns)Acts 7:55-59 (hymns)Romans 8:37 (hymns)Romans 14:10 (hymns)2 Corinthians 5:1-10 (hymns)1 Thessalonians 4:3 (hymns)1 John 4:17 (hymns)Revelation 14:15 (hymns)Revelation 14:17-20 (hymns)Revelation 19:1 (hymns)Revelation 19:15 (hymns)Revelation 20:11-12 (hymns)^ top. Having thought out all the stanzas, I said to myself, 'I must get up and write these verses down, lest I fall asleep again and forget them.' So, with a sudden effort, I sprang out of bed, and found in the dimness an old stump of a pen which I remembered to have used the day before. The inscription, "Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the lord," is written at the feet of the sculpture of the fallen soldier at the American Cemetery in Normandy, France.