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Heavenís My Home 119

Tune: Dr. R. H. Davis and John S. Terry, 1869
Lyrics: Dr. R. H. Davis and John S. Terry, 1869 (1st Verse); David Denham, 1837 (2nd & 3rd Verse)
Meter: 11s (11,11,11,11)
Come, all my dear brethren, and help me to sing;
Iím going to Jesus, Heís heavenís great King,
He died to atone for the sins of the world;
His banner is flying; His sails are unfurled.


Heavín's my home, heavín's my home,
Iím going to Jesus, for heavín's my home.

While here in the valley of conflict I stay,
Oh, give me submission, and strength as my day,
In all my afflictions to Thee would I come,
Rejoicing in hope of my glorious home.


I long, dearest Lord, in Thy beauties to shine,
No more as an exile in sorrow to pine;
And in Thy dear image arise from the tomb,
With glorified millions to praise Thee at home.