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Will you go, will you go, will you go to that beautiful land

Author: Jonathan HallHymnal: SSHB1864 #d1 (1864)First Line: A beautiful land by faith I see

A glorious day is breaking

Hymnal: SSHB1864 #d2 (1864)

A home in heaven, what a joyful thought

Author: William HunterHymnal: SSHB1864 #d3 (1864)

A little, 'tis a little word

Hymnal: SSHB1864 #d4 (1864)

A little word in kindness said

Hymnal: SSHB1864 #d5 (1864)

A mourning class, a vacant seat

Hymnal: SSHB1864 #d6 (1864)

A song, a song of gladness

Hymnal: SSHB1864 #d7 (1864)

Again, O Lord, we rise to see

Hymnal: SSHB1864 #d8 (1864)

Ah, guilty sinner, ruined by transgression

Author: Charles BeecherHymnal: SSHB1864 #d9 (1864)

Ah, whither should I go

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788Hymnal: SSHB1864 #d10 (1864)