To-day , could you but hear the song of human hearts, there would burst in upon your soul a strain of music, sweeter far than fancied angel songs, sweeter than the lullaby over the cradle, sweeter than the peals of old Liberty Bell when it first proclaimed the victory of freedom's cause. 'Twould indeed be freedom's song—the song of the liberty of the sons of God—the song of gratitude and joy from the hearts of countless sorrowing ones whose chains of sickness and sin have been cut in sunder by the sword of Truth, whose discords have hushed to let harmony be heard.
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