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A Beggar-King Comes Riding

Author: Herman G Stuempfle Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: [A Beggar-King Comes Riding] Scripture: John 12:16 Text Sources: Awake Our Hearts to Praise (GIA Publications, 2000)

A Benediction

Author: Patrick Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: May the strength of God pilot us Lyrics: May the strength of God pilot us. May the power of God preserve us. May the wisdom of God instruct us. May the hand of God protect us, this day and evermore. Topics: God's World Consummation; God's World Consummation; Consummation

A better country

Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: There is a better world on high, Will you go

A Better Day

Author: Miss Jennie Stout Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: A better day is coming Refrain First Line: A better day, a better day Lyrics: 1 A better day is coming, When truth and right shall reign, When hearts shall know no sorrow, But sing in glad refrain: Refrain: A better day, a better day, A better day is coming on; A better day, a better day, A better day is coming. 2 A better day is coming,— Oh, see the golden beams!— A day of light and glory; Let each heart catch the gleams. [Refrain] 3 A better day is coming, A day of perfect rest,— The long-expected pleasure Of reigning with the blest. [Refrain] 4 Oh, send the tidings over The world from shore to shore; The glorious day is dawning, When sin shall reign no more. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A better day is coming]

A better day

Author: Frederick M. Lehman Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Friends we trusted may fail Refrain First Line: There's a better day coming

A better day

Appears in 6 hymnals First Line: I am waiting, ever waiting


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