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MY BRIGHTER HOME.

J. H. TENNEY.

1. Brighter home! brighter home! Bet-ter home for me! I love to think the
2. Brighter home! brighter home! There no clouds a - rise, No tear-drops fall, no
3. Brighter home! brighter home! Ne'ershall sorrow's gloom, Nor doubts, nor fears dis-

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926 IN THE MORNING.

J. R. SWENEY.

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1. We are pil-grims look - ing home, Sad and wea

we roam, 2. O these ten - der bro - ken ties, How they dim our ach - ing eyes,

the nar - row sea, 3. When our lisp-ing tongues are free, Farbe - yond 4. Through our pilgrim jour-ney here, Though the night is sometimes drear,

But we know twillall be well in the morn-ing ; When,our anchor firmly cast,
But like jew-els they will shine in the morn-ing ;When our victor palms we bear,
And we hear the Saviour's voice in the morning;When our golden sheaves we bring
Let us watch and per-se - vere till the morning ;Then our highest trib-ute raise

FINE.

Used by per. of J. J. Hood, owner of Copyright.

Ev-ery storm-y wave is past, And we gath-er safe at last in the morn-ing.
And our robes immortal wear, We shall know each other there in the morn-ing.
To the feet of Christ our King, Whata cho-rus weshall sing in the morn-ing.
For the love that crowns our days, And to Jesus give the praise in the morn-ing.

D.S. sun-ny region bright, When we hail the blessed light in the morn-ing.
CHORUS.

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On the sweet blooming

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O BLISSFUL DAY! 8 & 6s. D.

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1 O blissful day of promise blest,

3 There crowns of glory gemmed with light, We long to share thy peace,

The gifts from Christ's own hand, When pain and every ill shall end, Shall every princely saint adorn And pleasures never cease,

Within the promised land. When rapturous joy, like holy fire, To golden lyres each voice shall tune Shall swell our song of praise,

An anthem sweet and longAnd every wondering, grateful heart, • To Christ, who saved us by his blood, Extol thy work of grace.

All glory shall belong." 2 Redeemed beyond the reach of sin, 4 O glorious day! with haste draw near, Victorious o'er the grave,

For we would share thy rest;
The ransomed shall with angel tongues We long from every evil freed
Adore thy power to save.

To be supremely blest.
Thy wondrous love shall keep each heart O shed thy beams of glory forth,
In sweetest union bound,

Dispel this gloomy night,
And naught shall ever cause a tear, And let the earth renewed rejoice
For grief will ne'er be found.

To see thy welcome light.

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P. P. Bliss.

BRIGHT EDEN,
DUET AND CHORUS.

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1. We've heard of a hap-py, a beau - ti - ful land, Where saints all shall
2. We've heard there are beau - ti ful crowns to be given When Je - sus
3. Dear Sav - iour, O when wilt thou take us all there?When,when shall thy
4, Thy chil - dren are wait-ing and watch-ing for thee, Now, now they are

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CHORUS.

Beau-ti - ful land, beau-ti - ful land, E-den, bright E - den, beau-ti - ful land.

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“TILL HE COME.”

F. D. BARNES. Arr.

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1. On ly a few more burdens must we carry, In heat and toil,beneath the scorching sun; 2. On : ly a little more oflife's long journey, Thro' the world's desert, till the day is done; 3. On - ly a lit - tle long-er, thinking gladly of the up-ris-ing of the brighter sun; 4. Only a few more billows, wildly tossing, Beating us backward from the longed-for-shore ; 5. So let our eyes be on him in his absence, Seeking to serve him in this day of grace,

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ly a lit - tle longer must we tar-ry, On - ly a little longer still he come.” On ly a few more desert scenes of conflict, Only a few more Marahs, “still he come.” On ly a lit - tle longer, waiting sadly, In the fast falling twilight, till he come." On ly a few more snares our pathway crossing, Then all the trials of the way are o'er. While the tho’tcheers us in our constantsadness, Soon he will come,and meetus face to face.

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