Hymns and Songs of the First Association of Spiritualists

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Publisher: W. Wallace Mayberry, Philadelphia, Penn., 1884
Denomination: Spiritualists (general)
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d1A little while longer to tarry
d2Angels are coming with words of love
d3Courage, faint heart, why all these fears
d4Floating on the breath of evening
d5Gentle twilight, softly stealing
d6God is love, his mercy brightens
d7Heavenly Father we beseeach thee, great thy
d8I hear sweet angel voices
d9I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my home
d10In the silence of the midnight
d11I've reached the land of corn and wine
d12Joy to the world, the darkness flies
d13Morn amid the mountains
d14My days are not many, my moments but few
d15Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d16O how sweet it is to think
d17O we are the reapers that garner in the sheaves of the good
d18Shall we meet beyond the river, where the surges
d19Soft and low those angel voices
d20The hosts of God, they come to us
d21The path of life seems dark and drear
d22There is a land of endless day
d23There's a land that is fairer [brighter] than day
d24This world of strife is not our home
d25We have looked on the old in its glory
d26We love no triumphs sprung of force
d27We speak of the realms of the blest
d28Welcome, angels, pure and bright
d29Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours
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