Scripture Verse

The Lord will give grace and glory. Psalm 84:11


Words: Tho­mas M. East­wood, in New Songs of the Gos­pel No. 3, ed­it­ed by J. Lin­coln Hall, C. Aus­tin Miles & C. Har­old Low­den (Phi­la­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: Hall-Mack, 1907), num­ber 24.

Music: Ma­ry H. Mun­ford (🔊 pdf nwc).

If you know where to get a good pho­to of Mun­ford (head & shoul­ders, at least 200×300 pix­els),

Thomas M. Eastwood (1848–1922)


O the grace of God is bound­less,
It is like a migh­ty sea,
And it rolls on thro’ the ag­es,
Bearing love to you and me;
But the Lord’s so great in good­ness,
That He op­ens Heav’n to view,
And not on­ly gives us mer­cy,
But He gives us glo­ry, too.


There’s grace and glo­ry, too,
There’s grace and glo­ry, too;
There’s grace be­low for weal or woe,
And then there’s glo­ry, too.

There is grace for each temp­ta­tion,
There is strength for ev­ery day,
There’s a lift for ev­ery bur­den
That we car­ry on the way;
There’s a re­fuge from the tem­pest,
There is help for all we do;
And when we shall end the jour­ney,
We will find there’s glo­ry, too.


For the grace that God has giv­en
I will praise Him in my song;
I will love Him and will serve Him,
While my days of life pro­long;
And when I shall get to Hea­ven,
And my jour­ney I re­view,
Then I’ll bless His name for­ev­er,
That there’s grace and glo­ry, too.