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wear-y and distressed, Seeking for comfort from your heavenly Father. A-men. I will give you rest.

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great beyond, Fair land of the morning bright, Where great beyond, Whose gates are of pearl and gold, Where great beyond, Where summer e ter nal reigns, And great beyond, Where voices I love so well, Sweet

ri-seth the glory of God most high O'er shadowless realms of light. murmur the wa-ters of life so clear, That sparkle with joy un - told. covers with lilies of fade-less bloom The beau-ti-ful smiling plains. voi-ces that car - ol the glad new song, Are call-ing me home to dwell.

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ONWARD, CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS.

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