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Father in heaven, we lift our voice to thee

Father in heaven, we lift our voice to thee

Author: R. E. DeReef
Tune: DE REEF
Published in 2 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

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1. Father in Heaven, we lift our voice to Thee,
Look down in love and hear our earnest plea,
Give us Thy Holy Spirit now, we pray,
That He may guide us in the narrow way.

2. Oh, heav’nly Father, spread Thy blessèd Word,
Throughout the world the precious news be heard,
Jesus, our Lord and King, has come to reign,
Grant every nation hear it not in vain.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #1535

Author: R. E. DeReef

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First Line: Father in heaven, we lift our voice to thee
Author: R. E. DeReef

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The Cyber Hymnal #1535
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