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Gone to the Great Banqueting Hall

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Gone to the Great Banqueting Hall

In memory of a great lady who died of cancer!

She's gone to that great Banqueting Hall, 
To her Mansion in the sky: 
To sit with Jesus the King of kings 
and all the hosts on high. 

The pain and agony all have gone; 
Peace has settled in! 
She's looking down on all of you 
with a happy, contented grin. 

She suffered much in those last days, 
Oh, what a time she had. 
Knowing you were all at hand 
kept her from going mad. 

She's happy now in that great place, 
a place that's very rare: 
She hopes some day to meet you soon, 
on the golden stairs. 

"Be happy now, my dear friends, 
Be happy, be at peace: 
I've experienced something quite unique; 
It has brought me sweet release." 

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