Charleston Sacred Quartette - Will You Meet Me Up There / I'll Serve The King Of Glory album flac
- Album: Will You Meet Me Up There / I'll Serve The King Of Glory
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|A||Will You Meet Me Up There
Written-By – Sisk*, Theodore*
|B||I'll Serve The King Of Glory
Written By – Rowe
- Baritone Vocals [Uncredited] – Dewey James
- Bass Vocals [Uncredited] – A. E. Parham
- Piano [Uncredited] – George Horne
- Tenor Vocals [Uncredited] – Clyde Parham, J. W. Parham
NotesCharleston Sacred Quartette is a pseudonym for Carolina Gospel Singers.
Side A matrix: 15686.
Side B matrix: 15695.
Side A recorded 26 September 1929 in Richmond, IN.
Side B recorded 27 September 1929 in Richmond, IN.
Gennett Records reported total sales of 978 copies.
King Of Glory" (feat. Shana Wilson-Williams). Yes, The world Will bow down and say YOU are God Every man Will bow down and say You are King So let's start right now Why would we wait. I'll just sing Hallelujah Till You come again And I'll dance in Your presence Till You come again.
I Will Meet You There (Stockholm Noir Remix). TuneCore (от лица компании "The Kennel Recordings").
Music and footage from the TV-series Jordskott.
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King of Glory Come and enter in Be seated on our praises Majesty Come and take Your place Be seated on our praises. Let heaven open Swing wide the doors for us For us Come down in fire Heaven is touching earth Touching earth.
Be lifted up, you everlasting doors, and the King of glory will come in. Aramaic Bible in Plain English Lift up your heads, oh gates, be lifted up, oh Gates of eternity; the King of glory shall enter! GOD'S WORD® Translation Lift your heads, you gates. So sang one half of the choir, calling upon the gates to throw themselves wide open to their full height, that free entrance might he given to the approaching sacred fabric. And be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors. Pleonastic, But giving the emphasis of repetition, and adding the epithet "everlasting," because the tabernacle was viewed as about to be continued in the temple, and the temple was designed to be God's house "for ever" (1 Kings 8:13).
I will meet you there. Lock me up, endless maze. Dark nights, dark days. I reach for you and all escape. I've been waiting for this empire, aftermath. When karma comes crawling back I'll know. And when all the bells are broken I will meet you there. Between the good and evil with the scars of where. And the words who left us broken echo through the air. I will meet you there. Teile diesen Songtext.
Answer: The phrase King of glory is found in a series of verses in Psalm 24: Lift up your heads, you gates; be lifted up, you ancient doors, that the King of glory may come in. Who is this King of glory? The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle. Kabad carries a connotation of solemnity and power. Calling God the King of Glory means He is the most awesome, most powerful king and should be taken seriously. Using a type of personification known as apostrophe, the psalmist speaks to the gates and the ancient doors, calling them to attention and commanding them to be lifted up or raised to admit the King of glory. However lofty these ancient doors are, they must be loftier still to admit such an august presence as the Lord Himself.