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1 There’s a beautiful heavenly country,
And a mansion so bright and fair;
There’s a welcome awaiting the faithful,
Who with patience their burdens bear.
Fair land of heaven thy praises we sing,
Telling the story of Jesus our King;
Beautiful country, heavenly country,
There we shall dwell with the ransom’d throng.
2 In that beautiful heavenly country,
Where we never shall weep nor sigh;
We shall sing of our blessed Redeemer,
While the endless ages roll by. [Refrain]
3 To that beautiful heavenly country,
We know that some day we’ll go;
We shall rest in the arms of the Saviour,
No more of sorrow we’ll know. [Refrain]Source: Songs of Sovereign Grace #196