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558 SANDRINGHAM IIS, IOS.
O happy home, where Thou art loved the dear-est, Thou loving Friend, and
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Saviour of our race, And where a mid
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2 O happy home, where two in heart united
One who can old such high and honored place! A-men.
3 O happy home, whose little ones are given
4 O happy home, where each one serves Thee, lowly,
Till every common task seems great and holy,
5 O happy home, where Thou art not forgotten
O happy home, where every wounded spirit
6 Until at last, when earth's day's-work is ended,
CARL J. P. SPITTA. Tr. SARAH B. FINDI.ater
2 'Tis hard to take the burden up, When these have laid it down; They brightened all the joy of life,
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They softened every frown: But oh, 'tis good to think of them, When we are troubled sore; Thanks be to God that such have been,
Although they are no more.
The kind, the brave, the true, the sweet, Who walk with us ፡
the breast, We see them as
no more. A-men.
3 More homelike seems the vast unknown,
They cannot be where God is not,