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Bethelite song from the 70's


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I'm trying to find the lyrics to song from the 70's written by a Bethelite. It was called "I'm coming home mom". It was played at a District Convention back then.

Beautiful song. It was about a son singing to his mother about the Bible truths he had learned and encouraged her to listen.

It started out something like "There once was a man, whose name was John. And he had a vision of things to come".... And so on.

So those of you friends who have been around for a while, had you heard it? Do you remember it?

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This was back before the internet was probably conceived. :) It wasn't in our song books. Just a beautiful melody and lyrics about the hope we have. They happened to have played it at our District Convention back then. Hardly a dry eye.

If I remember right, it was a husband/wife couple that wrote it. One or both served at Bethel.

It really hit home to me, as it would to many of us, who wished that our worldly family would just listen and take to heart God's promises.

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