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301. Let Us Build a House (All Are Welcome)

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First Line: Let us build a house where love can dwell
Title: Let Us Build a House (All Are Welcome)
Author: Marty Haugen (1994)
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: 9.6.8.6.8.7.10 with refrain
Scripture: Deuteronomy 4:9; Psalm 122:1; Psalm 127:1; Luke 4:14-30; Acts 2:17-18; 1 Corinthians 3:11-12; 1 Corinthians 11:23-26; Galatians 6:2
Topic: Ministry; Welcome; Unity (1 more...)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: all are welcome; all are welcome
Copyright: © 1994 GIA Publications, Inc.
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Name: TWO OAKS
Composer: Marty Haugen (1994)
Meter: 9.6.8.6.8.7.10 with refrain
Key: F Major
Copyright: © 1994 GIA Publications, Inc.


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Although it was written for a church dedication, this text is not about a physical structure but a spiritual one. The building is at best only a vessel for the essential love and hope, life and faith, peace and justice, hospitality and nurture that form the worshiping community.


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