Heavenly Echoes

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d101Tell me, sun, in the clear blue sky
d102The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d103The Sabbath day has reached its close
d104The sun rose clear on Sabbath morn
d105The Sunday school is my delight, O let us hasten
d106The sweet spring time is here
d107The young, the loved, the beautiful
d108There is a beautiful world Where saints and angels sing
d109There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d110There is a land of love
d111There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign
d112There is beauty all around when there's love at home
d113There is no name so sweet on earth, No name so sweet in heaven
d114There'll be something in heaven for children to do
d115There's a beautiful shore where the loved ones are gone
d116There's a voice in the air
d117There's work enough, there's work enough
d118They are waiting for the coming
d119To our homes we now are going
d120Today the Savior calls, ye wanderers come
d121'Twas Jesus, my Savior, who died on the [a] tree [cross]
d122Vain man [men], thy [your] fond pursuits forbear
d123We love the shining stars
d124We three kings of [from] Orient are
d125Weary of earthly care
d126We're traveling home to heaven above
d127We're watching for Jesus
d128What did our Lord and Savior say
d129What does every good child say
d130When I can read my title clear
d131When I survey the wondrous cross
d132When marshalled on the nightly [mighty] plain
d133When my mother's hands are o'er me spread
d134When our earthly sun is setting
d135When the rosy morning dawneth
d136When we hear the music ringing in [through] the bright
d137Where do you journey, my brother
d138While pilgrims on our journey here [home]
d139While we're singing
d140Whither goest thou, pilgrim stranger
d141Who has our Redeemer heard
d142Will our songs be echoed there
d143Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours

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