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A mansion prepared for me

I love to sing of the Savior Who waiteth in Heaven for me

Author: James J. Bell
Tune: [I love to sing of the Savior] (Bell)
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 I love to sing of the Savior,
Who waiteth in Heav'n for me,
The home prepared for His children
To live in eternity.

Refrain:
For His love I will ever adore Him;
For His mercy and grace I implore Him;
And I know, when I stand before Him,
I have a mansion prepared for me;
And I know, when I stand before Him,
I have a mansion prepared for me.

2 I love to sing of His coming,
Once more to the earth to dwell,
And think of the wonderful glories
Of Heaven that He will tell. [Refrain]

3 How precious the tho't He was willing
To die on the cross for me;
To offer a life everlasting
To all whom His servants will be. [Refrain]


Source: The New Praiseworthy: for the Church and Sunday School #62

Author: James J. Bell

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First Line: I love to sing of the Savior Who waiteth in Heaven for me
Title: A mansion prepared for me
Author: James J. Bell
Refrain First Line: For his love I will ever adore him
Copyright: Public Domain

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The New Praiseworthy: for the Church and Sunday School #62

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