They sing the song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the Lamb, saying, Great and marvelous are Thy works, Lord God almighty; just and true are Thy ways, Thou King of saints.@Revelation 15:3

Theodore D. C. Miller, in Sowing and Reaping, by John H. Kurzenknabe (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: J. H. Kurzenknabe & Sons, 1889), number 134.

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John H. Kurzenknabe (1840-1927)

We may sing sweet songs in Heaven
When the crown of gold is won,
And the harp to us is given
For our earthly work, well done;
We may hear the Shepherd calling
For the feeble lambs astray
In the storm of wrath appalling,
At the coming judgment day.

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We may meet beyond the river
With the lambs from earth astray;
When we dwell with Christ, life’s giver,
At the coming judgment day.

We may sing in Heav’n forever,
With the loving, blood-washed band,
When from charms of earth we sever,
And go up to take the Land:
There, with glory shining o’er us,
We may see the blissful fold;
And the city fair before us,
As we near the gates of gold.

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In the land of angels singing,
We may join the songs of love;
When the courts of bliss are ringing
With the spirit choir above:
When the Shepherd’s voice is calling
For the precious lambs astray
In the storm of wrath appalling—
Then will come the judgment day.

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