[At One Time I Was Praying For The Salvation Of Sinners, And The Saviour Appeared On The Cross By Me, And Talked With Me; I Laid My Hand On His Mangled Body, And Looked Up In His Smiling Face. Another Time I Was Meditating Upon The Love Of God In Giving His Only Son To Die For Sinners, And Of The Beautiful Home He Was Preparing For Those Who Love Him, And I Seemed To Float Away, And Was Set Down In The Beautiful City. Oh, The Glorious Sight That Met My View Can Never Be Expressed By Mortal Tongue]

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