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Hymn: Our bondage here will end by and by by and by (FL)

Hymnal: The Christian Psalmist

Date: 1850

Compiler: Silas W Leonard and A D Fillmore

Publisher/Printer: S W Leonard

First Line: Our bondage here will end by and by by and by

Topic: <no topic given>

Writer: <no first name given> <no last name given>



Tune: Deliverance

Hymn Number: <no hymn number given>

Page Number: 367, click to see hymnal pages


Our bondage here will end, by and by, by and by,

Our bondage here will end by and by:

From Egypt's yoke set free, 

Hail that glorious jubilee,

And to Canaan we'll return, by and by, by and by.

Our Deliverer will come by and by,

And our sorrows have and end

With our three-score years and ten;

And vast glory crown the day by and by.

Our enemies are strong; we'll go on,

Though our hearts dissolve with fear,

Lo! Sinai's God is near;

While the fiery pillar moves we'll go on.

By Marah's bitter streams we'll go on,

Though Baca's vales be dry,

And this land yields no supply,

To a land of corn and wine we'll go on

And when to Jordan's flood we are come,

Jehovah rules the tide,

And the waters will divide,

And the ransom'd host will shout, 

We are come.

There the friends will meet again who have loved,

Our embraces will be sweet

At our dear Redeemer's feet,

When we meet to part no more, who have loved.

There with all the happy throng we'll rejoice,

Shouting glory to our King,

Till the vaults of heaven ring,

And to all eternity we'll rejoice.