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271. To Die is Gain

1 "To die is gain,"
All earthly cares forsaking;
From toil and pain,
To endless joy awaiting:
To die is gain.

2 "To die is gain,"
My weary soul home bringing;
O'er heavenly plain
Sweet angle voices ringing:
To die is gain.

3 "To die is gain,"
From strife and sin to sever,
With Christ to reign,
For ever, oh, for ever;
To die is gain.

Text Information
First Line: "To die is gain"
Title: To Die is Gain
Author: P. P. B.
Publication Date: 1890
Scripture: Philippians 1:21
Topic: Death and Burial; Heaven
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: [To die is gain]
Composer: P. P. Bliss
Key: A♭ Major






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