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Just beyond the care and strife, just beyond

Just beyond the care and strife, just beyond

Author: C. H. Hailey
Tune: [Just beyond the care and strife]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 Just beyond the care and strife,
Just beyond, just beyond,
Rise the golden hills of life,
Just beyond, just beyond;
Pain and sighing soon will cease,
Welcome we the sweet release,
Welcome we the dawn of peace,
Just beyond, just beyond.

2 Just beyond this weary way,
Just beyond, just beyond,
Riseth one unclouded day,
Just beyond, just beyond;
Weary souls by care oppressed,
Soon you’ll enter into rest,
Swell the army of the blest,
Just beyond, just beyond.

3 Just beyond, tho’ seeming far,
Just beyond, just beyond,
Tho’ our trials heavy are,
Just beyond, just beyond,
Many mansions waiting stand;
Waiting now the silver strand;
Soon we’ll reach the better land,
Just beyond, just beyond.

Source: Crowning Day No. 5 #57

Author: C. H. Hailey

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First Line: Just beyond the care and strife, just beyond
Author: C. H. Hailey


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Crowning Day No. 5 #57

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