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Glory to Jesus, hear the children sing

Author: Isaiah BaltzellHymnal: GSSS1873 #d1 (1873)First Line: Come, little soldiers, 'list in the army

Come to Jesus, come to Jesus, Come to Jesus just now

Author: Edward Payson HammondHymnal: GSSS1873 #d2 (1873)

Echoes from the other shore

Author: Lizzie HammondHymnal: GSSS1873 #d3 (1873)First Line: Hark, I hear sweet voices singingRefrain First Line: O, sweet echo from the shore

Children, come home

Hymnal: GSSS1873 #d4 (1873)First Line: Hark, those bell tones sweetly pealing

Sweeping through the gates

Author: Isaiah BaltzellHymnal: GSSS1873 #d5 (1873)First Line: I am sweeping toward the golden gate

The green shore

Author: J. C. JohnsonHymnal: GSSS1873 #d6 (1873)First Line: I am waiting upon the green shoreRefrain First Line: Fear not, dread not the dark

Yes, over the river I'm going

Author: Isaiah BaltzellHymnal: GSSS1873 #d7 (1873)First Line: I'm going yonder bright glory

There she's resting

Author: S. L. ParsonsHymnal: GSSS1873 #d8 (1873)First Line: In her grave robes calmly sleeping

White as snow

Author: Isaiah BaltzellHymnal: GSSS1873 #d9 (1873)First Line: Jesus died on the treeRefrain First Line: 'Tis a truth I longed to know

Forever thine

Author: Isaiah BaltzellHymnal: GSSS1873 #d10 (1873)First Line: Jesus, I come to thee, Just as I am

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