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At The End Of Life's Road

At the end of life’s road

Author: D. A. Sandy Coverett (2008)
Tune: [At the end of life’s road]
Published in 1 hymnal

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 At the end of life’s road
We’ve a glorious hope;
It’s the dream of a soul set free.
A promise made by Jesus, our Lord,
A promise to you and to me.

Refrain:
O yes, we’ve a promise
That with Him we’ll be;
We’ll meet with Him face to face.
What sweet joy will fill us
When we’re reunited
Where He’s prepared us a place.

2 When He died on the cross,
Paid the price for our sin,
Felt torn from the Father He loved,
He knew all the pain we soon would share
And rose then to vict’ry and life. [Refrain]

3 With our Father He waits,
And will welcome us home
Where sin, pain, and want are no more;
We’ll bask in the warmth of His great love
And live close to Him evermore. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #11573

Author: D. A. Sandy Coverett

Having been raised in a Bap­tist fam­i­ly in Galt, On­tar­io, Ca­na­da, Sandy mar­ried Els­peth (née Drink­wa­ter) of Pres­ton, On­tar­io, in 1963, and has two grown child­ren. Af­ter sev­er­al years in in­dus­try and man­age­ment po­si­tions, San­dy be­gan stu­dies for and train­ing in pas­tor­al min­is­try. Fol­low­ing a ser­ies of health prob­lems that pre­clud­ed con­tin­u­ing to­ward min­is­try as a vo­ca­tion, he felt led to be­come an el­e­ment­a­ry school teach­er, with a spe­cial af­fin­i­ty for "dif­fi­cult" stu­dents, both in se­gre­gat­ed class­rooms, and in the reg­u­lar class­es in the sys­tem. He de­vot­ed much time to Chris­tian camp­ing for child­ren a… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: At the end of life’s road
Title: At The End Of Life's Road
Author: D. A. Sandy Coverett (2008)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O yes, we’ve a promise
Copyright: © 2008 D. A. Coverett. Music. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Share-Alike 4.0 International License

Notes

The lyrics were jotted down in rough in a period of about fifteen minutes immediately following a memorial service for Helene Hayek, a young wife and mother of two girls, held at the Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The memorial service was a highly emotional and uplifting experience for most of those who had come to pay their respects to a warm and loving young mother who had given so much to the poor and homeless in Victoria. Sandy Coverett

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The Cyber Hymnal #11573
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