724. On Jordan's Stormy Banks I Stand

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1 On Jordan's stormy banks I stand,
and cast a wishful eye
to Canaan's fair and happy land,
where my possessions lie.

Refrain:
I am bound for the promised land,
I am bound for the promised land;
oh, who will come and go with me?
I am bound for the promised land.

2 O'er all those wide extended plains
shines one eternal day;
there God the Son forever reigns,
and scatters night away. [Refrain]

3 No chilling winds or poisonous breath
can reach that healthful shore;
sickness and sorrow, pain and death,
are felt and feared no more. [Refrain]

4 When I shall reach that happy place,
I'll be forever blest,
for I shall see my Father's face,
and in his bosom rest. [refrain]

Text Information
First Line: On Jordan's stormy banks I stand
Title: On Jordan's Stormy Banks I Stand
Author: Samuel Stennett (1787)
Refrain First Line: I am bound for the promised land
Meter: CM with Refrain
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Topic: New Heaven and a New Earth: The Completion of Creation (The City of God); Heaven; Pilgrimage (1 more...)
Tune Information
Name: PROMISED LAND
Arranger: Rigdon M. McIntosh (1895)
Meter: CM with Refrain
Key: E♭ Major
Source: The Southern Harmony, 1835



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