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Come, join the throng on this glad day

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1 Come, join the throng on this glad day,
And praise our God and King!
Let all rejoice with heart and voice
And thankful tribute bring.

2 This house, our God, to Thee we guild
For worship, praise and prayer,
We here recount Thy mercies, Lord,
And all Thy watchful care.

3 Our glad hosannas here we raise
To Thee, our Fathers’ God,
And with devotion we will tread
The paths our fathers trod.

4 With love to Thee this house we give,
Ourselves, our lives, our all;
We gladly own Thee as our King,
And crown Thee Lord of all.

Source: Hymnal and Liturgies of the Moravian Church #306

Author: Henry E. Fries

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First Line: Come, join the throng on this glad day
Author: Henry E. Fries
Copyright: Public Domain

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