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Deliverance will come

Hymnal: A Messenger for Jesus #d120 (1913) Hymnal Title: A Messenger for Jesus First Line: I saw a wayworn traveler Refrain First Line: Then palms of victory, crowns of glory Languages: English

I Saw a Wayworn Traveler

Author: J. B. M. Hymnal: A. M. E. C. Hymnal #526 (1954) Hymnal Title: A. M. E. C. Hymnal Refrain First Line: Then palms of victory Scripture: Numbers 10:29 Languages: English Tune Title: DELIVERANCE WILL COME

Then palms of victory, crowns of glory

Hymnal: A.M.E. Hymnal #d169 (1946) Hymnal Title: A.M.E. Hymnal First Line: I saw a wayworn traveler Languages: English

Then palms of victory

Hymnal: Banner of Love, Complete (No. 1, 2, 3 & 4 Combined) #d12 (1894) Hymnal Title: Banner of Love, Complete (No. 1, 2, 3 & 4 Combined) First Line: I saw a wayworn traveler Languages: English

Deliverance will come

Hymnal: Bells of Heaven #d165 (1895) Hymnal Title: Bells of Heaven First Line: I saw a wayworn traveler Refrain First Line: Then palms of victory Languages: English
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Deliverance Will Come

Hymnal: Beulah Songs #12 (1879) Hymnal Title: Beulah Songs First Line: I saw a wayworn trav'ler Refrain First Line: Then palms of victory Lyrics: 1 I saw a wayworn traveler, In tattered garments clad, And struggling up the mountain, It seemed that he was sad; His back was laden heavy, His strength was almost gone, Yet he shouted as he journeyed, “Deliverance will come!” Refrain: Then palms of victory, Crowns of glory, Palms of victory I shall wear. 2 The summer sun was shining, The sweat was on his brow, His garments worn and dusty, His step seemed very slow; But he kept pressing onward, For he was wending home, Still shouting as he journeyed, “Deliverance will come!” [Refrain] 3 The songsters in the arbor That stood beside the way Attracted his attention, Inviting his delay: His watchword being “Onward!” He stopped his ears and ran, Still shouting as he journeyed, “Deliverance will come!” [Refrain] 4 I saw him in the evening; The sun was bending low; He’d overtopped the mountain, And reached the vale below: He saw the Golden City— His everlasting home— And shouted loud, “Hosanna! Deliverance will come!” [Refrain] 5 While gazing on that city, Just o’er the narrow flood, A band of holy angels came from the throne of God; They bore him on their pinions Safe o’er the dashing foam, And joined him in his triumph: Deliverance had come! [Refrain] 6 I heard the song of triumph They sang upon that shore, Saying, “Jesus has redeemed Us to suffer nevermore!” Then casting his eyes backward On the race which he had run, He shouted loud, “Hosanna! Deliverance has come!” [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [I saw a wayworn trav'ler]

Deliverance will come

Hymnal: Bible Temperance Hymns #d20 (1906) Hymnal Title: Bible Temperance Hymns First Line: I saw a wayworn traveler Refrain First Line: The palms of victory, crowns of glory Languages: English
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Then palms of victory, Crowns of glory

Hymnal: Bible Temperance Hymns #59 (1878) Hymnal Title: Bible Temperance Hymns First Line: I saw a wayworn trav'ler Languages: English

Then palms of victory, crowns of glory

Hymnal: Billows of Song #d67 (1893) Hymnal Title: Billows of Song First Line: I saw a wayworn traveler Languages: English
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Deliverance will come

Hymnal: Bright Gems #49 (1881) Hymnal Title: Bright Gems First Line: I saw a wayworn trav'ller Refrain First Line: Then palms of victory Languages: English

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