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Hymn #666: There Is A Land Mine Eye Hath Seen

Hymn #665 Hymn #667

Death, Resurrection, and Eternity

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666 (L.M.) Gurdon Robins

There is a land mine eye hath seen

In visions of enraptured thought;

So bright that all which spreads between

Is with its radiant glory fraught;

A land upon whose blissful shore

There rests no shadow, falls no stain;

There those who meet shall part no more,

And those long parted meet again.

Its skies are not like earthly skies,

With varying hues of shade and light;

It hath no need of suns to rise,

To dissipate the gloom of night.

There sweeps no desolating wind

Across that calm, serene abode;

The wand'rer there a home may find,

Within the Paradise of God.

Hymn #665 Hymn #667