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That beautiful land

Author: Jonathan Hall Hymnal: BGCS1861 #124 (1861) First Line: A beautiful land by faith I see Refrain First Line: Will you go, will you go, will you go to that beautiful land

His home, his home

Author: William Hunter Hymnal: BGCS1861 #32 (1861) First Line: A home in heaven, what a joyful thought

The ship in a storm

Hymnal: BGCS1861 #122 (1861) First Line: A little ship was on the sea

The flag of our union

Author: George P. Morris Hymnal: BGCS1861 #125 (1861) First Line: A song for our banner, the watchword recall

Cheer up, then, pilgrim

Hymnal: BGCS1861 #93 (1861) First Line: Angels are hovering around

Singing glory, glory

Author: Anne Houlditch Shepherd Hymnal: BGCS1861 #118 (1861) First Line: Around the throne of God in heaven, thousands

O say, will you be there

Hymnal: BGCS1861 #108 (1861) First Line: Beyond this life of hope [hopes] and fears

Pilgrims and strangers no more shall we roam

Hymnal: BGCS1861 #54 (1861) First Line: Cheerfully, cheerfully onward we move


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