Now can my soul in God rejoice is a hymn by Henry Alline: it appears as 'HYMN LXV' in Book V of Alline's Hymns, and Spiritual Songs (p359, 3rd edition, Dover: Samuel Bragg Jr., 1797).
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Now can my soul in God rejoice,
I feel my Saviour's cheering voice:
My heart awakes to sing his praise
And longs to join immortal lays.
The kingdom of my Lord is come,
This day I've found my father's home;
O might I rove from him no more
Long as I tread this mortal shore.
Hold me, O Jesus, in thine arms,
And cheer me with immortal charms,
Till I awake in realms above
For ever to enjoy thy love.