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Beyond the rolling sea

Beyond the rolling sea

Author: D. B. Purinton
Tune: [Beyond the rolling sea]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Beyond the rolling sea,
There lies a peaceful shore,
From storms and tempests free,
Where billows sweep no more;
A mansion fair, just over there,
By faith I see, prepared for me.

Refrain:
Beyond the rolling sea,
A mansion waits for me;
And sweet my rest shall be,
Beyond the rolling sea.

2 Beyond the rolling sea,
Angelic forms appear;
And, floating down to me,
Seraphic songs I hear;
And this the song on every tongue,
“Redemption free on Calvary.” [Refrain]

3 Beyond the rolling sea,
They beckon me to come,
And wait to welcome me,
With dear ones gathered home;
All danger past, in heaven at last,
I soon shall be beyond the sea. [Refrain]

Source: Joyful Lays: a new collection of songs, prepared and adapted for the Sunday School #22

Author: D. B. Purinton

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First Line: Beyond the rolling sea
Author: D. B. Purinton

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Joyful Lays #22

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