Nursery Rhymes

Palms of Glory

Palms of Glory Lyrics and Music

The uplifting words and lyrics of the celebrated hymn begin with "Palms of glory, raiment bright, Crowns that never fade away" as the first line of the hymn. The words and lyrics of the "Palms of Glory " hymn were written by its Scottish author James Montgomery. The author of the hymn, James Montgomery, was born on November 4, 1771 and died on April 30, 1854. The uplifting music that accompanies the "Palms of Glory " song of praise was composed by William Daylrymple MacLagan The composer of the music to the "Palms of Glory " hymn, William Daylrymple MacLagan, was born on June 18, 1826 and died on September 19, 1910. We have placed "Palms of Glory " in the category of Catholic Songs. Enjoy the edifying lyrics of this popular Christian song and classic church hymn.

Palms of Glory Hymn
Title: Palms of Glory *** Name of Composer: William Daylrymple MacLagan *** Name Author / Writer of Lyrics: James Montgomery *** Hymns Category: Catholic Songs

Author of the Lyrics
The author of the beautiful words of the "Palms of Glory " lyrics, James Montgomery (November 4, 1771-April 30, 1854), was born in Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland and achieved fame as a poet, advocacy of foreign missions and the Bible Society and Hymn writer.

Palms of Glory Lyrics

Palms of glory, raiment bright,
Crowns that never fade away,
Gird and deck the saints in light,
Priests, and kings, and conquerors they.

Yet the conquerors bring their palms
To the Lamb amidst the throne,
And proclaim in joyful psalms
Victory through His cross alone.

Kings for harps their crowns resign,
Crying, as they strike the chords,
"Take the kingdom, it is Thine,
King of kings, and Lord of lords."

Round the altar priests confess,
If their robes are white as snow,
'Twas the Savior's righteousness
And His blood that made them so.

They were mortal too like us;
O, when we like them shall die,
May our souls translated thus
Triumph, reign, and shine on high.

Composer of Hymn Music
The composer of the music that accompanies the words of "Palms of Glory ", William Daylrymple MacLagan (June 18, 1826-September 19, 1910), was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and became famous as a composer and musician. MacLagan was Archbishop of York, Chaplain to Queen Alexandra and canon of St. Paul's Cathedral.

Information about the Hymn
Title of Hymn: Palms of Glory
Author of Lyrics (Hymnist): James Montgomery (November 4, 1771 to April 30, 1854)
Nationality of Author: Scottish

Translator of the Hymn lyrics: N/A Hymn written in English

Name of Composer of Music: William Daylrymple MacLagan (June 18, 1826 to September 19, 1910)
Hymn Category: Catholic Songs
First Line of Hymn: "Palms of glory, raiment bright, Crowns that never fade away"
First Publication Date: 1829

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