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Poems: With a Sketch of the Life and Experience of Annie R. Smith

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    The Marriage Supper of the Lamb

    TUNE—Tyrolese Evening Hymn.PSAS 148.2

    Come, come, come,
    Come to the marriage feast
    Prepared for saints above;
    The Lord now bids his guests
    To the banquet-room of love.
    Oh! why should the tinseled toys
    Of this earth allure us here,
    While pure, immortal joys,
    Wait us in a happier sphere.
    PSAS 148.3

    CHORUS—Come, come, come,
    Come to the marriage feast,
    Prepared for saints above;
    The Lord now bids his guests
    To the banquet-room of love.
    PSAS 148.4

    Come, come, come,
    Soon will the day be o’er,
    And hope’s last hour be gone;
    And mercy’s voice no more
    The day of grace prolong.
    PSAS 148.5

    Life yet we may secure;
    And the warning note is given,
    Make now your title sure
    To a lasting home in Heaven.
    PSAS 149.1

    Come, come, come,
    The weary pilgrim there
    “Lays staff and sandals down”
    A conqueror’s palm to bear,
    And an angel’s glittering crown.
    Then all the scoffs we’ve borne,
    While this gloomy vale we’ve trod,
    “To lasting joys shall turn,“
    In the city of our God.
    PSAS 149.2

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