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PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

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TTTITH " Songs of Glory-Land " we greet the Sunday School workers of this country.

We hereby return thanks to the many able contributors to this work. Hoping it

will meet the expectation of our friends, and help along the great work for which it was

intended,

We are yours, in song,

W. H. BURGETT,

JOHN Mcpherson.

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SONGS OF GLORY-LAND.

ABEIE V. McKEKVER. With enthusiasm.

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1. The glory-laiid, where Je-sus reigus, Is fair - er than the day; And seraphs roam the flow'ry banks Wht-vc liv i!;^; wa-lers play.

2. Let prais -es tell, let mu-sic swell, In anthems sweet and grand, Of all the beau-ty that surrounds His throne in glo-ry - land.

3. The glo-ry-land ! what sweeter tho't To wea - ry pilgrims given ? Who see beyond life's gloomy way The glo-ry-land of heaven.

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ys-tal sea. Where an-gels sing. and Christ is King, Who died on Cal - va - ry.

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1. Songs OF Glo-ry-Land are ring-iiig,Clear a - tar thro heav-en's dome ; Joy to wea-ry hearts here

2. Songs OF Glo-ry-Land! huw sweetly Do they soothe us when we weep; Loving tones, they calm com-

3. Songs OF Glo ry-Land! with gladness May I sing there by and by, In that home where is no

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sweet-er by far than the songs that we 6ing,And fill'd with a won-drous love. Happy songs, Lap-py

tell of the mansions prepared for us there,And ten-der - Ij' ask us to come.

sing of the Sav-ior who waits for us there, In realms of e- ter - nal light. Happy songs,

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1. S;iv-ior, dear 6av-ior, oh, show me the way, Dark seems my path-way, oh, guide me to - dav !

2. When sin and sorrow shall dark-en my sight, Sav - ior, dear Sav - ior, do thou be my light:

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The way niay be dark-some and drear - y, And sto - ny the paths for our feet; God that we still may press on -ward, And [Omit. .....

[ The cross is now gleam-ing be - fore us, It points to the crowns we ma}' wear ; [ long we shall join the glad cho - rus. Or [Omit. .....

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1. Nearer to the shores of promise, Nearer to the fields of

2. Nearer to the walls of jas-per, Nearer to the gates of

3. Nearer, nearer we are com-ing. As our days swift roll a

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WHEN WE WAKEN.

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LOOK ON THAT SAINTLY BROW.

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1. In the Sunday school there is work for all, For the old and young, fur the great and small, For we

2. Here we learn of him who was cru-ci-lied, He for sins a-toned by a pierc -ed side. That we

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THERE'S A MANSION.

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2. Uere are tri - als, troubles, sor-rows we are reap-ing,

3. Here we wait the coin-iiig of the King ol glo - ry.

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JOHN MrPHERSON.

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2. A-round the great white throne,sweet tho't! I may be kneel - ing there, For Christ has said there

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HE CARES FOR EVEN ME.

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Where Jesus hears our earnest prayers.

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CROWNS OF THE BEAUTIFUL.

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