1 O happy home, where thou art loved the dearest,
Thou loving Friend and Saviour of our race,
And where among the guests there never cometh
One who can hold such high and honored place!
2 O happy home, where two in heart united
In holy faith and blessed hope are one,
Whom death a little while alone divideth,
And cannot end the union here begun!
3 O happy home, whose little ones are given
Early to thee in humble faith and prayer,
To thee, their friend, who from the heights of heaven
Guides them, and guards with more than mother's care!
4 O happy home, where each one serves thee, lowly,
Whatever his appointed work may be,
Till ev'ry common task seems great and holy,
When it is done, O Lord, as unto thee!
5 O happy home, where thou art not forgotten
When joy is overflowing, full and free,
O happy home, where ev'ry wounded spirit
Is brought, Physician, Comforter, to thee—-
6 Until at last, when earth's day's work is ended,
All meet thee in the blessed home above,
From whence thou camest, where thou hast ascended,
Thine everlasting home of peace and love.
Trinity Hymnal, 1990
|First Line:||O happy home where thou art loved the dearest|
|Title:||O Happy Home|
|German Title:||O Selig Haus, Wo Man Dich Aufgenommen|
|Author:||Karl Johann Philipp Spitta (1833)|
|Translator:||Sarah B. Findlater (1858)|
|Refrain First Line:||The Christian Household|
|Instances (1 - 5 of 5)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Ambassador Hymnal: for Lutheran worship #324||O Happy Home, Where Thou Art Loved||O happy home, where Thou art loved the dearest||ONE RADIANT MORN||Carl J. P. Spitta, 1801-1859||11 10 11 10||1994||Home & Family | ; Daily Work ||
|Hymns and Psalms: a Methodist and ecumenical hymn book #366||Happy the home that welcomes you||Happy the home that welcomes you||STRENGTH AND STAY||Karl J.P. Spitta||1983|
|Small Church Music #6258||Блажен тот дом (O Happy Home)||Блажен тот дом (O Happy Home)||[O Happy Home](Guetersloh)|
|The Cyber Hymnal #4943||O Happy Home||O happy home, where Thou art loved the dearest||WELWYN||Karl J. Spitta; Sarah B. Findlater||126.96.36.199||<cite>Psalter und Harfe</cite> (Pirna, Germany: 1833); translation in <cite>Hymns from the Land of Luther</cite>, third series, 1858|
|Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) #718||O Happy Home, Where Thou Art Loved||O happy home, where thou art loved the dearest||COMMUNION||Carl J. P. Spitta; Sarah B. Findlater||188.8.131.52.||Joshua 24:15||1990||Special Topics | Marriage and the Home; Daily Living | ; Family Worship ||