Well done, thou good and faithful servant.@Matthew 25:21

Arthur W. Spooner, in New Songs of the Gospel No. 3, edited by J. Lincoln Hall, C. Austin Miles & C. Harold Lowden (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Hall-Mack, 1907) number 60 (🔊 pdf nwc).

When the trump of God shall usher in
The awful judgment day,
I expect to hear the Savior call my name;
For I’m trusting in the promises,
His Word my constant stay,
O I’m sure I’ll hear the Savior call my name.

Refrain

Glory, glory hallelujah!
I expect to hear the Savior call my name;
Glory, glory hallelujah!
I expect to hear the Savior call my name.

When the skies shall roll together, and
The stars all disappear,
I expect to hear the Savior call my name;
He will disappoint me never, and
My soul shall know no fear,
For I’m sure I’ll hear the Savior call my name.

Refrain

O how sweet will be the music when,
Before the blood-washed throng,
I shall hear the blessèd Savior call my name;
Come, ye blessèd, this His welcome,
To the home prepared for you;
I’ll be glad to hear the Savior call my name.

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