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The better land

Author: Felicia D. B. Hemans Hymnal: GH1858 #d131 (1858) Person Name: Felicia D. B. Hemans First Line: I hear thee speak of the better land

Teach me, my God and King

Author: George Herbert Hymnal: GH1858 #d296 (1858) Person Name: George Herbert

I'm going home

Author: William Hunter Hymnal: GH1858 #d203 (1858) Person Name: William Hunter First Line: My heavenly home is bright and fair nor pain nor death

There's rest in heaven

Author: F. Johnson Hymnal: GH1858 #d280 (1858) Person Name: F. Johnson First Line: Should somber clouds of sorrows rise Refrain First Line: There's a rest for all in heaven

The book of nature

Author: John Keble Hymnal: GH1858 #d322 (1858) Person Name: John Keble First Line: There is a book who runs [that all] may read

Savior, bless Thy [the] word [words] to all

Author: Thomas Kelly Hymnal: GH1858 #d271 (1858) Person Name: Thomas Kelly

Awake, my soul, and with the sun

Author: Thomas Ken Hymnal: GH1858 #d21 (1858) Person Name: Thomas Ken

Sweet Sabbath school, place dear to me

Author: Dennaday Hymnal: GH1858 #d295 (1858) Person Name: Dennaday

Do they miss me at home, do they miss me?

Author: May King Hymnal: GH1858 #d66 (1858) Person Name: May King

Speak gently, it is better far

Author: George W. Hangford Hymnal: GH1858 #d289 (1858) Person Name: George W. Hangford

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