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Saviour, Blessed Saviour

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GEORGE EDWARD STUBBS

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Onward, ever onward,

Journeying o'er the road
Worn by saints before us,

Journeying on to God;
Leaving all behind us,

May we hasten on,
Backward never looking,
Till the prize is won.

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Higher then and higher

Bear the ransomed soul,
(Earthly toils forgotten)

Saviour, to its goal;
Where in joys unthought of

Saints with angels sing,
Never weary, raising
Praises to their King. Amen.

GODFREY THRING

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Light's Abode, Celestial Salem

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GEORGE CLEMENT MARTIN

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the high - est King;

O how glorious are the prais-es Which of thee the proph-ets sing! A-men.

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There forever and forever

Alleluia is outpoured;
For unending, for unbroken,

Is the feast-day of the Lord;
All is pure and all is holy

That within thy walls is stored.

O how glorious and resplendent,

Fragile body, shalt thou be, When

endued with so much beauty, Full of health, and strong, and free, Full of vigor, full of pleasure

That shall last eternally!

3 There no cloud nor passing vapor

Dims the brightness of the air; Endless noon-day, glorious noon-day,

From the Sun of suns is there; There no night brings rest from labor,

For unknown are toil and care.

5 Now with gladness, now with courage,

Bear the burden on thee laid, That hereafter these thy labors

May with endless gifts be paid, And in everlasting glory Thou with brightness be arrayed. Amen.

Tr. JOHN MASON NEALS

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