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The road to heaven by Christ was made

The road to heaven by Christ was made

Author: Hall Booth
Tune: [The road to heaven by Christ was made] (Excell)
Published in 55 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 The road to heav’n by Christ was made,
With heav’nly truth the rails are laid;
From earth to heav’n the line extends,
To life eternal where it ends.

Refrain:
I’m going home, I’m going home,
I’m going home to die no more!
To die no more, to die no more,
I’m going home to die no more!

2 Repentance is the station, then,
Where passengers are taken in;
No fee for them is there to pay,
For Jesus is himself the way. [Refrain]

3 The Bible is the engineer—
It points the way to heaven so clear,
Thro’ tunnels dark and dreary here—
It does the way to glory steer. [Refrain]

4 God’s love the fire, his truth the steam
Which drives the engine and the train,
All you who would to glory ride,
Must come to Christ—in him abide. [Refrain]

5 Come, then, poor sinner, now is the time
At any station on the line;
If you repent and turn from sin,
The train will stop and take you in. [Refrain]

Source: Triumphant Songs No.4 #191

Author: Hall Booth

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Text Information

First Line: The road to heaven by Christ was made
Author: Hall Booth
Refrain First Line: I'm going home I'm going home

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 55 of 55)

Bells of Heaven #d357

Better Convention Songs, Our 1929 Book #d110

Boundless Love #d90

Brighter Day #d93

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Crowning glory no. 2 #193

Cumberland Hymns, a Collection of "Whosoever Will" Songs. Centenary ed. #d197

Down at the Cross #d301

Echoes of Calvary #d103

Eureka Carols #d79

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Excellent Songs for the Church and Sunday School #83

Glory Songs #d123

Good News in Song. Rev. ed. #d180

Gospel Bells #d147

Gospel Light #d257

Gospel Melodies #d165

Gospel Searchlight Songs #d186

Gospel Tent Hymns #d171

Gospel Tidings, a Book of Select Gospel Songs #d116

Hallelujahs for Sunday Schools, Etc. #d112

Happy Greetings to All #d241

His Voice of Love #143

Hymns and Spiritual Songs for Bible Schools #d200

Hymns of Victory, Parts 1 and 2 #d230

Lasting Hymns No. 2 #d223

Little Light for a Dime #d15

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Millennial Revival #143

Our Church and Revival Songs #d97

Our Cumberland Presbyterian Hymnal #d317

Pleasures of Heaven #d107

Praise Divine #d103

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Quartette #69

Sacred Melodies #d113

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Sacred Melodies for Social Worship #446

Saved by Grace Songs #d62

Sing the Gospel #d81

Song Land Melodies #d162

Songland Melodies ... a New Song Book for Revivals #d195

Songs for the Ransomed; for Sunday Schools and Gospel Work #d152

Sonnets of Praise #d134

Sweet Harmonies (A New Song Book) #d154

The Canadian Minstrel #d76

The Crown #d120

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The Crowning Day #98

The Crowning Glory Nos. 1 and 2 #d344

The Gospel Gleaner #d156

The Jubilee Songster #d91

The Pathway of Praise No. 1 #d124

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The Revivalist #78

The Supplement to "The Century Gospel Songs" #d161

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The Welcome Voice #102

Tidings of the Cross #d225

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Triumphant Songs No.1 #101

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Triumphant Songs No.4 #191

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