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Dwelling in Beulah Land

Dwelling in Beulah Land

     Far away the noise of strife upon my ear is falling,
     Then I know the sins of earth beset on every hand;
     Doubt and fear and things of earth in vain to me are calling,
     None of these shall move me from Beulah Land.

     Chorus: I'm living on the mountain underneath a cloudless sky
             (Praise God!)
             I'm drinking at the fountain that never shall run dry,
             (oh yes) I'm feasting on the manna from a bountiful supply
             For I am dwelling in Beulah Land.

     Far below a storm of doubt upon my ear is beating,
     Sons of men in battle long the enemy withstand;
     Safe am I within the castle of God's word retreating
     Nothing here can reach me, 'tis Beulah Land.
     Let the stormy breezes blow, their cry cannot alarm me,
     I am safely sheltered here, protected by God's hand;
     Here the sun is always shinning, here there's naught can harm me
     I am safe forever in Beulah Land.

     Helen Schneyer got it from Select Songs of Praise, published by the Judson
     Press,  composed and written by C. Austin Miles. Copyright 1924,
     by Samuel Beazley.


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