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There Is a Bright and Happy Home

Hymnal: Boundless Love #65 (1896) Hymnal Title: Boundless Love Refrain First Line: We love to think of that sweet home Tune Title: [There is a bright and happy home]

We love to think of that sweet home

Author: Hester P. Hawkins Hymnal: Glad Tidings #d174 (1899) Hymnal Title: Glad Tidings First Line: There is a bright and happy home

We love to think of that sweet home

Author: Hester P. Hawkins Hymnal: Modern Festival Music, Book 1 #d11 (1912) Hymnal Title: Modern Festival Music, Book 1 First Line: There is a bright and happy home

We love to think of that sweet home

Author: Hester P. Hawkins Hymnal: Songs of Saving Power #d200 (1890) Hymnal Title: Songs of Saving Power First Line: There is a bright and happy home
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There Is a Bright and Happy Home

Hymnal: Songs of Sovereign Grace #61 (1897) Hymnal Title: Songs of Sovereign Grace Refrain First Line: We love to think of that sweet home Lyrics: 1 There is a bright and happy home, Where all is joy and gladness, Where win and sorrow may not come, Nor any thought of sadness. Refrain: We love to think of that sweet home, Where death can part us never, Where we shall dwell in God’s own light, Forever and forever. 2 This life is often clouded o’er, With tearful hours of sorrow, And those we hold so dear today, May go from us tomorrow. [Refrain] 3 There, all our fears are laid to rest, And hush’d in all our weeping, There, troubled hearts find sweet repose, Like little children sleeping. [Refrain] 4 We hope to reach this happy home, Where there is no more weeping, But wait in patience God’s own time, We still are in His keeping. [Refrain] Tune Title: [There is a bright and happy home]

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