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A beautiful land of light I see

A beautiful land of light I see

Author: Jonathan Hall
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Jonathan Hall

19th Century We know little of Hall, except that he was a minister. Most hymnals list him as "J. E. Hall," but his first name, John, is shown in "The Finest of Wheat," by George C. Elderkin (Chicago, Illinois: R. R. McCabe & Company, 30th edition, 1890), number 91. Lyrics-- Are You Ready for the Coming of the Son of Man Today? Beautiful Land Fear Not He Knows My Way Hear My Prayer My Father Hear the News Glad News of Jesus Jesus Son of David More Than Tongue Can Tell Wash Me Clean Music: EASTER OFFERINGS --www.hymntime.com/tch/  Go to person page >

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First Line: A beautiful land of light I see
Author: Jonathan Hall
Refrain First Line: Will you go, will you go, will you go to that beautiful land

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