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Will He Send His Angels For Me

When Gabriel blows on his trumpet of gold

Tune: [When Gabriel blows on his trumpet of gold]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1. When Gabriel blows on his trumpet of gold,And time no longer shall be;When Jesus shall gather His lambs to His fold,Will He send His angels for me?Chorus:Will He send His angels for me, for me?Will He send His angels for me?When Jesus shall gather His lambs to His fold,Will He send His angels for me?2. I hope when this earth is no longer my home,That God's sweet face I shall see;That Jesus will smile and invite me to come,Will He send His angels for me?3. I hope by His grace I shall rise from the tomb,From sin forever be free'The arms of my Saviour will welcome me home,Will He send His angels for me?

Source: Primitive Baptist Hymn and Tune Book #0a

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First Line: When Gabriel blows on his trumpet of gold
Title: Will He Send His Angels For Me

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Primitive Baptist Hymn and Tune Book #0a

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