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  1. The hymn is widely performed in English-speaking congregations and assemblies. [1] The song follows the idea of the traditional English carol " Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day ", which tells the gospel story in the first-person voice of Jesus of Nazareth with the device of portraying Jesus' life and mission as a dance.

  2. The hymn appeared in the July 1873 issue of Palmer's Guide to Holiness and Revival Miscellany, a magazine printed by Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Palmer of 14 Bible House, New York City. It appeared on page 36 (the last page) with complete text and piano score, and indicated it had been copyrighted by Crosby that year.

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