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A Better Home

Author: Pat Stinson Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: I've a better home in glory Refrain First Line: I've a better home up yonder Used With Tune: [I've a better home in glory]
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A Better Land

Author: R. C. Heath Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: I am going to a home Refrain First Line: Come along to that fair home Used With Tune: [I am going to a home]

A better land, dear Lord for this

Author: Imogene Humphrey Appears in 1 hymnal

A Better Life I Mean to Live

Author: C. W. W. Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: I'm satisfied with Christ alone Used With Tune: [I'm satisfied with Christ alone]

A better place for me

Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: How sweet 'tis to know

A better time is coming

Author: John B. Vaughan Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: Soon we'll lay our burdens down Used With Tune: [Soon we'll lay our burdens down]

A better time's coming

Author: Jane E. Hall Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: The moments are flying, the daylight Refrain First Line: Toil on ere day be gone
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A Better Way

Author: C. W. Naylor Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Are you sinning day by day Refrain First Line: There is a better way you should live Lyrics: 1 Are you sinning day by day, More or less upon your way, Wrong in word, in tho’t and deed? Still the name of Christ you plead. Refrain: There is a better way you should live; Christ his abundant grace will give, Make you holy and keep you so, Help you conquer every foe. 2 Do you leave undone the good, Do those things no Christian should?\ For forgiveness must you pray At the close of every day? [Refrain] 3 Does a foe within your breast Bring you sorrow and unrest, Hinder, trouble, and annoy, Blight your peace and mar your joy? [Refrain] 4 Do you trust and feel secure, Soon to doubt and not be sure? Now a victor, now oppressed, Now rejoicing, now distressed? [Refrain] Topics: Exhortation Used With Tune: [Are you sinning day by day]

A better world

Author: Clara Cole Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: There is another, better world

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