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ERUSALEM, my happy home,
O how I long for thee!
When will my sorrows have an end?
Thy joys when shall I see?

2 Thy walls are all of precious stone,
Most glorious to behold;
Thy gates are richly set with pearl,
Thy streets are pav'd with gold.

3 Thy garden and thy pleasant walks, - My study long have been; Such dazzling views of human sight, Have never yet been seen. o R4 If heaven be thus so glorious, Lord, o Why should I stay from thence? what folly's this that I should dread To die and go from hence!

5 Reach down, O Lord, thine arm of grace,

And cause me to ascend,

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Where congregations ne'er break up,
And Sabbaths never end.

6 Jesus, my Lord to glory's gone,
Him will I go and see;
And all my brethren here below,
• Will soon come after me.

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8 When we’ve been there ten thousand years, Bright shining as the sun, We've no less days to sing God's praise, Than when we first begun.

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S near to Calvary I pass,
A Methinks I see a bloody cross,

Where a poor victim hangs;
His flesh with rugged irons tore,
His limbs all dress'd in purple gore,

Gasping in dying pangs.

* Surpris’d the spectacle to see,
I ask'd who can this victim be

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