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1 I am on my pilgrim journey;
Ere I reach the narrow sea,
I would tell the wondrous story,
What the Lord has done for me.
Glory, glory, hallelujah!
Tho’ a stranger here I roam;
I am on my way to Zion,
I’m a pilgrim going home.
2 I was lost, but Jesus found me,
Taught my heart to seek his face;
From a wild and lonely desert,
Bro’t me to his fold of grace. [Refrain]
3 Now my soul with rapture glowing,
Sings aloud with pard’ning love;
Looks beyond a world of sorrow,
To the pilgrim’s home above. [Refrain]
4 I shall yet behold my Savior,
When the day of life is o’er,
I shall cast my crown before him,
And shall praise him evermore. [Refrain]Source: Triumphant Songs No.3 #108