beulah land

Sweet Beulah Land

This is the Southern gospel song by Squire Parsons; for the gospel hymn "Beulah Land" by Edgar Page Stites, see here

The Southern gospel song Sweet Beulah Land, was written and composed by Squire Parsons in 1973. Parsons recorded it in 1979. It became the number one Southern Gospel single in 1981. It has been recorded by several other artists, including Carroll Roberson, The Chuck Wagon Gang, and the Gaither Homecoming Choir.

The word Beulah is a metaphor for Jerusalem and heaven (for the latter, see Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress to refer to Heaven.)

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