For every Christian.
You get a resurrection.
And you get a resurrection.
And you get a resurrection.
And you get a resurrection.
Every disciple of Jesus gets a resurrection.
That’s a good thing to remember today. And every day. Forever.

To Canaan’s Land, also known as Where The Soul Of Man is a folk hymn, so there are variations in lyric and renditions, but the central message is clear.

Here’s the Hillbilly Thomists.

And a bonus Willie Nelson version.

The lyrics.
1
To Canaan’s land I’m on my way,
Where the soul never dies;
My darkest night will turn to day,
Where the soul never dies.
Refrain:
No sad farewells,
No tear-dimmed eyes;
Where all is love,
And the soul never dies.
2
A rose is blooming there for me,
Where the soul never dies;
And I will spend eternity,
Where the soul never dies.
Refrain
3
A love light beams across the foam,
Where the soul never dies;
It shines to light the shores of home,
Where the soul never dies.
Refrain
4
My life will end in deathless sleep,
Where the soul never dies;
And everlasting joys I’ll reap,
Where the soul of man never dies.
Refrain
5
I’m on my way to that fair land,
Where the soul of man never dies;
Where there will be no parting hand,
Where the soul never dies.
Refrain

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