Home at last on heavenly mountains

Home at last on heavenly mountains

Author: Maria P. A. Crozier
Tune: ["Home at last" on heavenly mountains]
Published in 8 hymnals

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Representative Text

1. Home at last on heav’nly mountains,
Heard the Come and enter in;
Saved by life’s fair flowing fountains,
Saved from earthly taint and sin.

Refrain
Home, sweet home, our home forever;
All the pilgrim journey past;
Welcomed home to wander never,
Saved through Jesus—Home at last.

2. Free at last from all temptation,
No more need of watchful care;
Joyful in complete salvation,
Giv’n the victor’s crown to wear. [Refrain]

3. Saved to greet on hills of glory
Loved ones we have missed so long;
Saved to tell the sinner’s story,
Saved to sing redemption’s song. [Refrain]

4. Welcomed at the pearly portal,
Ever more a welcome guest;
Welcomed to the life immortal,
In the mansions of the blest. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2537

Author: Maria P. A. Crozier

Maria Polly Alger Crozier USA 1834-1912. Born in Honeoye, NY, she attended school in Rochester, NY, and graduated from McGrawville College, McGraw, NY. She married Owen Russell Loomis Crozier, and they had 6 sons: Arthur, Ernest, Alfred, Hubert, Galen, Charles, and 2 daughters: Nanna and Jenny. IN 1854 they moved to MI, where they became teachers in the public schools of Grand Rapids. She wrote for the “Advent Harbinger” and the “Children's Friend” publications and contributed poems to journals such as “The Sybill”, “The Household Advocate” and “The Morning Star”. She died in Grand Rapids, MI. John Perry Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Home at last on heavenly mountains
Author: Maria P. A. Crozier
Refrain First Line: Home, sweet home, our home forever
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #2537
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The Cyber Hymnal #2537

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