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Far beyond this world of sorrow

Far beyond this world of sorrow

Author: C. Collins
Published in 4 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Far beyond this world of sorrow,
Where the ransomed millions rest,
There's a glorious endless morrow
In the mansions of the blest.

2 There, 'neath bowers of deathless glory,
Ev'ry heart, with peace possessed,
Sweetly chants redemption's story
In the mansions of the blest.

3 There are those we've loved and cherished,
Leaning on our Saviour's breast;
They're at home--not dead or perished,
In the mansions of the blest.

4 There the day knows no declining,
Neither shade nor twilight rest,
But a sunlight brightness shining
In the mansions of the blest.

Source: The Voice of Praise: a collection of hymns for the use of the Methodist Church #931

Author: C. Collins

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First Line: Far beyond this world of sorrow
Author: C. Collins

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A Selection of Hymns #4

Sunday School Hymns of the Second Baptist Church ... Germantown #d20

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The Voice of Praise #931

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