Just beyond the rolling river, I've a home

Just beyond the rolling river, I've a home

Author: Miss Maloney
Tune: [Just beyond the rolling river]
Published in 6 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Just beyond the rolling river,
I’ve a home all fair and bright;
Angels guide me safely over,
Where they’re clothed in robes of light.
There bright sunbeams gild the pathway,
Beams of pure eternal love,
And sweet flowers bloom immortal,
In the pilgrim’s home above.

Hark! I hear the angels calling;
Yes, they’re calling me away,
Far away beyond the river,
Where my kindred spirits stay.

2 Tho’ the pathway lies thro’ sorrow,
Dangers all along the way;
Oh, there is a bright tomorrow,
Perfect bliss and endless day;
For we’ll meet with many lov’d ones
Who have cross’d the path before,
Sing with them the songs immortal,
On that glad and happy shore. [Refrain]

3 Often sad along the journey,
Thorns oppress my weary feet;
Yet my watchword shall be onward,
For my resting-place is sweet.
Soon I’ll drop this robe of sadness,
Sing no more earth’s pilgrim song,
Strike a higher note of gladness,
Gather’d with a holy throng. [Refrain]

Source: Showers of Blessing #32

Author: Miss Maloney

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Text Information

First Line: Just beyond the rolling river, I've a home
Author: Miss Maloney
Refrain First Line: Hark, I hear the angels calling
Copyright: Public Domain



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Showers of Blessing #32

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The Helper in Sacred Song #135

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