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Blessed home

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1. Jesus, Jesus, dying Lamb,
I have heard thy story;
Risen Master, whose I am,
Shall I share thy glory?
In the everlasting day,
Time's brief night all pass'd away,
Risen Lamb, whose own I am,
Shall I share thy glory?

2. Happy, happy land of light,
After faith and duty,
After all they curse and blight,
Let me see thy beauty;
All the sweet and wondrous grace,
Of thine ev'ry blossoming place,
Fair and bright, O land of light,
Let me see thy beauty.

3. Blessed, blessed home of rest,
Take me in forever
To the dwellings of the blest,
And the living river.
Safe with all the saved at last,
All the sin and dying past,
Dear and blest my home of rest,
Take me in forever.

Source: Carols of Hope: a compilation of select sacred songs for use in Sunday schools, praise and young people's services #141

Author: Lucy Morris Chaffee

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First Line: Jesus, Jesus, dying Lamb
Title: Blessed home
Author: Lucy Morris Chaffee
Copyright: Public Domain


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Carols of Hope #141

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