Poem from William W. Phelps, between 1 and 20 January 1843

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And the life is eternal with God. Go with me.
 
Go with me, will you go to the mansions above,
Where the bliss, and the knowledge, the light, and the love,
And the glory of God do eternally be?—
Death, the wages of sin, is not there. Go with me.
, January, 1843. [p. 82]
And the life is eternal with God. Go with me.
 
Go with me, will you go to the mansions above,
Where the bliss, and the knowledge, the light, and the love,
And the glory of God do eternally be?—
Death, the wages of sin, is not there. Go with me.
, January, 1843. [p. 82]
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