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In the Narrow Way

Heart and hand for Jesus; marching on

Author: J. B. Mackay
Tune: [Heart and hand for Jesus; marching on]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Heart and hand for Jesus; marching on
In the way his hallowed feet have gone;
To the land of bright unfading day,
Marching in the narrow way.

Refrain:
Marching, marching,
Marching in the narrow way with Jesus;
Marching, we’re marching,
Marching in the narrow way.

2 Over in that happy peaceful place,
When we see the Saviour face to face,
We’ll be like him, O so bright and fair,
And be called his jewels rare. [Refrain]

3 When our eyes behold the wondrous sight,
Of the host in robes of spotless white,
We’ll rejoice when Christ the Lord we see,
With a robe for you and me. [Refrain]

4 Soon we’ll be with Jesus in that land,
Where the saints in joy before him stand;
There with them our souls made pure and sweet,
We shall worship at his feet. [Refrain]

Source: The Service of Praise #27

Author: J. B. Mackay

Late 19th Century  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Heart and hand for Jesus; marching on
Title: In the Narrow Way
Author: J. B. Mackay
Refrain First Line: Marching, marching
Publication Date: 1900
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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The Service of Praise #27

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