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King of Glory

King of Glory

Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.

2 Corinthians 3:17-18
King of Glory,
To reveal Christ is your delight.
King of Glory,
Your love is my testimony.
Dispelling darkness by your light;
Forever transforming the night;
King of Glory!
Poetry Type: Rondelet

Be exalted, O God, above the heavens; let your glory be over all the earth.

Psalm 57:11

4 responses to “King of Glory”

  1. Love this…

    I lead worship at Christ Episcopal Church in Temple and one of my favorite worship songs is this very verse from Corinthians.

    Holy Freedom

    Now the Lord is the spirit
    And where He goes there is freedom
    Freedom from sin and bondage
    Holy Freedom

    If I recall correctly, you are Episcopalian??

    Great poem…

    David

  2. Love this…

    I lead worship at Christ Episcopal Church in Temple and one of my favorite worship songs is this very verse from Corinthians.

    Holy Freedom

    Now the Lord is the spirit
    And where He goes there is freedom
    Freedom from sin and bondage
    Holy Freedom

    If I recall correctly, you are Episcopalian??

    Great poem…

    David

    • Beautiful lyrics! That is wonderful that you are a worship leader. Do you play an instrument? My husband was raised Episcopalian and his dad is a Deacon at a church in Austin. My mother-in-law played the organ in the church for many, many years. We are currently going to Celebration Church in Georgetown but we visit All Saints Episcopal several times a year with my in-laws.

      • Sorry that posted twice. Internet woes…

        Yes, I play guitar and am basically the worship team.🤓 Our deacon, Becky, plays with me and the choir helps lead. We have mixed traditional hymns and contemporary. The contemporary is during communion and after the sermon.

        I’m glad you still get a taste of the Anglican spirit during the year! 😉

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