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503. Oh, Blessed Home, Where Man and Wife

1 Oh, blessed home, where man and wife
Together lead a godly life,
By love their faith confessing!
There many a happy day is spent;
There Jesus gladly will consent
To tarry with his blessing,
To tarry with his blessing.

2 If they have given him their heart,
The place of honor set apart
For him each night and morrow,
Then he the storms of life will calm,
Will bring for ev'ry wound a balm,
And change to joy their sorrow,
And change to joy their sorrow.

3 Oh, Lord, we come before your face,
In ev'ry home bestow your grace
On children, father, mother.
Relieve their wants; their burdens ease.
Let them together dwell in peace
And love for one another,
And love for one another.

Text Information
First Line: Oh, blessed home, where man and wife
Title: Oh, Blessed Home, Where Man and Wife
Original Language: Norwegian
Author: Magnus B. Landstad, 1802-80
Author: Ole T. Arneson, 1853-1917
Meter: 887 887 7
Publication Date: 1993
Topic: Christian Home
Tune Information
Name: OH, BLESSED HOME
Composer: Kermit G. Moldenhauer, b. 1949
Meter: 887 887 7
Key: E♭ Major
Copyright: Tune and Setting: © 1993 Kermit G. Moldenhauer. Used by permission.



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