Arrayed In Clouds Of Golden Light
Words: Moore, 1834
Not Stated, But See Below
Meter: L. M. 6l.
Source: J. G. Adams and E. H. Chapin, eds., Hymns for Christian Devotion - Especially Adapted to the Universalist Denomination. Boston: Abel Tompkins, 1853, #210.
1. Arrayed in
clouds of golden light,
More bright than heaven's effulgent bow,
Jehovah's angel came by night,
To bless the sleeping world below.
How soft the music of his tongue!
How sweet the hallowed strains he sung!
henceforth to man be given,
The light of glory beams on earth:
Let angels tune the harps of heaven,
And saints rejoice in Shiloh's birth;
In him all nations shall be blest,
And his shall be a glorious rest.
Sheet Music by Charles H. Ferrero
New York: Charles H. Ferrero, 1880
Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, America
Singing: Nineteenth-Century Song Sheets.
(American Memory, Performing Arts-Music)