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I am going to a city, where my Lord has gone before

I am going to a city, where my Lord has gone before

Author: W. S. McKenzie
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: W. S. McKenzie

McKenzie, William Scott, D.D., son of Scottish parents, was born at Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Feb. 29, 1832. Entering the Baptist ministry, he held several pastorates until 1873, when he became district secretary for New England of the American Baptist Missionary Union. His hymn "Ye mortals come, adore the Lord" (Passiontide), is in The Canadian Baptist Hymnal, 1888. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: I am going to a city, where my Lord has gone before
Author: W. S. McKenzie

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The Revival No. 2: suitable for all kinds of religious meetings #63Page Scan
The Revival No. 3: Suitable for All Kinds of Religious Meetings #185Page Scan



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