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Come all ye saints to Pisgah's mountain

Come all ye saints to Pisgah's mountain

Author: J. W. Dadmun
Tune: [Come all ye saints to Pisgah's mountain]
Published in 39 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Come, all ye saints, to Pisgah's mountain;
Come view your home beyond the tide:
The land we love is just before us;
Soon we'll be on the other side.
O there are the bright crowns of glory,
And mansions the Saviour will give;
And they who have loved his appearing,
With him shall eternally live.

2 There endless springs of life are flowing,
There are the fields of living green;
Mansions of beauty are before them,
And the King of the saints is seen.
Soon our conflicts and toils will be ended,
We'll be tried and be tempted no more;
And the saints of all ages and nations
We shall greet on that heavenly shore.

3 Faith now beholds the flowing river,
Coming from underneath the throne;
There, too, the Saviour reigns forever,
And he'll welcome the faithful home.
Would you walk by the banks of the river,
With the friends you have loved by your side?
Would you join in the song of the angels?
Then be ready to follow your Guide.

Source: The Seventh-Day Adventist Hymn and Tune Book: for use in divine worship #1163

Author: J. W. Dadmun

Rv John William Dadmun USA 1819-1890. Born at Cambridge, MA, he completed his education at the Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, MA. At 22 he joined the New England Methodist Conference and pastored churches in the towns of Ludlow, Southhampton, South Hadley Falls, Enfield, Ware, Monson, Ipswich, and Lowell, the first Methodist Church and Grace Church, Boston and First Church, Boston Highlands. For a number of years he was also prison Chaplain and Superintendent of schools in the city institutions of Boston at Deer Island, off the coast of Maine. He married Lucy Ann Dutton, and they had seven children: Lucy, Wiletta, Francina, Charles,William and two others. He was initiated into Masonry at the Mt. Lebanon Lodge in Boston, MA, and served… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Come all ye saints to Pisgah's mountain
Author: J. W. Dadmun
Refrain First Line: O the prospect, it is so transpsorting
Copyright: Public Domain



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