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Are you ready for His coming friend

Are you ready for His coming friend

Author: T. Alcliffe Teske
Tune: [Are you ready for His coming, friend]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Are you ready for His coming, friend?
He is coming by and by;
For he said he would not tarry long
In his Father’s house on high.

Refrain:
Are you ready should he come for you?
Ready now with him on high to go?
Are you watching, are you praying still?
Are your garments white as snow?

2 Are you ready for His coming, friend?
Are your garments clean and white?
Will you gladly greet the Bridegroom now?
He may come for you tonight. [Refrain]

3 He will come in all his glory bright,
As upon the mount he stood;
Can you sing the glad hosanna loud,
I am washed in Jesus blood? [Refrain]

4 Oh, the day draws nearer, nearer still,
When the saints he will redeem;
Now the light of morn is breaking fast,
We can see its golden beam. [Refrain]

5 Yes, we’re ready for his coming now
And we watch, and wait, and pray,
For the day to dawn in glory bright,
And the night to roll away. [Refrain]

6 We are ready should he come for us,
Ready now in peace to go;
We are watching, and we’re waiting still,
With our robes as white as snow. [Refrain]

Source: On Joyful Wing : A Book of Praise and Song #90

Author: T. Alcliffe Teske

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Text Information

First Line: Are you ready for His coming friend
Author: T. Alcliffe Teske
Refrain First Line: Are you ready should he come for you

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On Joyful Wing #90

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Temple Trio #90

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The Revival Wave #127

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Words of Life #72

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