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Tranquil and peaceful is the path to heaven

Tranquil and peaceful is the path to heaven

Author: Nathan Barker
Tune: CLOISTERS (Barnby 33333)
Published in 11 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Tranquil and peaceful is the path of heaven,
Where now so many, fresh from earth's ripe vintage
So many happy, high and blessed spirits
Wait to receive us.

2 There life is blissful! shall the spirit tremble?
Bright, heavenly angels wait to lead us yonder;
There dwell the spirits purified by suffering,
Blessing and blessed.

3 There our lost rose-buds in our hands shall open;
Love, pure and holy, in our bosoms glowing,
Flows from the Father, source of every blessing,
Living and loving.

Source: The Book of Worship #457

Author: Nathan Barker

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Text Information

First Line: Tranquil and peaceful is the path to heaven
Author: Nathan Barker
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 11 of 11)
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Book of Praise for the Sunday School #188a

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High School Hymnal #141

Jubilant Voices #d211

Love and Praise #d145

Plymouth Sunday-School Hymnal #d216

School and College Hymnal #d168

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School and College Hymnal #141

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Singing on the Way #75a

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The Book of Worship #457

The Calvary Hymnal for Sunday School, Prayer Meeting and Church Service #d327

The Sabbath Hour #d86

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