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1 There is a home of wondrous beauty,
Lovely and bright;
Built by our blessèd, loving Savior,
Hid from our mortal sight.
Oh, my heart is fondly yearning,
Yonder courts to roam;
Gladly each moment draws me nearer
To my eternal home.
2 This home is one of bliss immortal;
Happy we’ll be,
When walking thro’ the streets of glory,
From every care set free. [Refrain]
3 There in that land of song and beauty,
All Heaven rings
With praises to our blest Redeemer,
Savior, and King of kings. [Refrain]
5 Jesus is daily calling loved ones
Home one by one;
We, too, shall cross the mystic river,
When all our work is done. [Refrain]Source: The Cyber Hymnal #8271