Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him.@1 Corinthians 2:9

K. M. Topping, in Happy Voices (New York: American Tract Society, 1865).

Alonzo J. Abbey, White Robes for the Sunday-School (Boston, Massachusetts: Oliver Ditson, 1879), number 85 (���� pdf nwc).

There’s a beautiful home for thee, brother,
A home, a home for thee;
In that land of bliss where pleasure is,
There, brother’s a home for thee.
A beautiful home for thee, brother,
A beautiful home for thee;
In that land of bliss where pleasure is,
There, brother’s a home for thee.

There’s a beautiful rest for thee, brother,
A rest, a crown for thee;
In those mansions above where all is love,
There, brother’s a rest for thee.
A beautiful rest for thee, brother,
A beautiful rest for thee;
In those mansions above where all is love,
There, brother’s a rest for thee.

There’s a beautiful crown for thee, brother,
A crown, a crown for thee;
When the battle is done, and the victory won,
Our Savior will give it to thee.
A beautiful crown for thee, brother,
A beautiful crown for thee;
When the battle is done, and the victory won,
Our Savior will give it to thee.

There’s a beautiful robe for thee, brother,
A robe, a robe for thee;
A robe of white, so pure and bright,
A glorious robe for thee.
A beautiful robe for thee, brother,
A beautiful robe for thee;
A robe of white, so pure and bright,
A glorious robe for thee.

Wilt seek that beautiful home, brother,
That home, that home above;
In that land of light, where all is bright,
That land where all is love.
Wilt seek that beautiful home, brother,
That beautiful home above;
In that land of light, where all is bright,
That land where all is love.