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The paradise of God

With troubled hearts and tearful eyes

Author: James H. Stanley
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: James H. Stanley

James Henry Stanley, Feb. 2,1869 - June 1, 1954, was a singing school teacher, band director and hymn composer. He died in Saltillo, Miss., where he had been a resident for 60 years.He is buried at Springhill Presbyterian Church in Lee County. His best known composition was "Prepare to Meet Thy God," for which wrote music and lyrics. Carolyn Hurt Nichols (grandchild), from email 7-19-2018 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: With troubled hearts and tearful eyes
Title: The paradise of God
Author: James H. Stanley
Refrain First Line: O, heaven bright, almost in sight

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Windows of Heaven No.7 #d116

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