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Mother Has Gone Home

Author: D. S. Warner Hymnal: Anthems from the Throne #73 (1888) Hymnal Title: Anthems from the Throne First Line: Asleep with Jesus, O! how sweet Refrain First Line: The angels bore our mother home Languages: English Tune Title: [Asleep in Jesus, O! how sweet]
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Gone Home to Rest

Author: D. S. Warner Hymnal: Select Hymns #546 (1911) Hymnal Title: Select Hymns First Line: Asleep in Jesus, oh, how sweet Refrain First Line: The angels bore our loved one home Tune Title: [Asleep in Jesus, oh, how sweet]
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Mother Has Gone Home

Author: D. S. Warner Hymnal: Songs of the Evening Light #212 (1897) Hymnal Title: Songs of the Evening Light First Line: Asleep with Jesus, oh, how sweet! Refrain First Line: The angels bore our mother home Languages: English Tune Title: [Asleep with Jesus, oh, how sweet!]
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Gone Home to Rest

Author: Daniel S. Warner Hymnal: Timeless Truths #736 Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: Timeless Truths First Line: Asleep in Jesus, oh, how sweet Refrain First Line: The angels bore our loved one home Lyrics: 1 Asleep in Jesus, oh, how sweet The scene of closing day, Where holy angels come to greet, And bear the soul away! Refrain: The angels bore our loved one home In shining garments fair; And some bright day we hope to come And join thee over there. 2 With grace divine and perfect love Thy pilgrim days were blest, But sweeter far thy joys above, And more serene thy rest. [Refrain] 3 Thy prayers and tears have gone before, Thy works shall follow on, And gather gems forevermore, To glitter in thy crown. [Refrain] 4 May we who knew and loved thee here With angels bright ascend, Thy blessed heav’nly rest to share, When mortal life shall end. [Refrain] Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 Tune Title: [Asleep in Jesus, oh, how sweet]

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