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That will be joy enough for me

When on earth is ended all my toil and care

Author: H. M. Higinbotham
Tune: [When on earth is ended all my toil and care]
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1 When on earth is ended all my toil and care
And in heav’n that glorious morning breaks so fair,
I shall see my blest Redeemer and with Him shall stand,
I shall see and know Him by the nail-prints in His hand.

Oh, that will be joy enough for me,
Oh, that will be joy enough for me
When my Savior’s face I see as He smiles and welcomes me,
Oh, what rejoicing for me that will be.

2 Oh, what joy to see my Savior face to face,
How my heart will praise Him for His love and grace,
When I view the glory of His kindly beaming eye,
As He bids me welcome to His home beyond the sky. [Refrain]

3 Joy at last up yonder singing round the throne,
Worshiping together in our Father’s home;
There, with lov’d ones gone before, we’ll join the ransom’d throng,
Crown’d triumphant in His love we’ll sing the glad new song. [Refrain]

Source: Best Hymns No. 4 #166

Author: H. M. Higinbotham

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First Line: When on earth is ended all my toil and care
Title: That will be joy enough for me
Author: H. M. Higinbotham


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