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There's a Garden

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1. There’s a garden whose walk we never have known;
There’s a light within us that has never been shown,

Lord let us all enter this radiant place,
Holy realm filled with Your love, Your beauty, and grace.

2. In this garden is fruit whose harvest is due,
But the harvest is great and the laborers few. [Refrain]

3. We are one with Your Love in Your garden so free;
We all now take Your hand and know oneness with Thee. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #6621

Author: Betty J. Yenetchi

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Text Information

First Line: There's a garden whose walk we never have known
Title: There's a Garden
Author: Betty J. Yenetchi (2004)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Lord let us all enter this radiant place
Copyright: THERE’S A GARDEN © 2004 Betty J. Yenetchi. These lyr­ics may be free­ly re­pro­duced for Chris­tian worship, pro­vid­ed they are not al­tered, or used for mon­e­ta­ry pur­pos­es, and that this no­tice is on each co­py. All other rights re­served.


The Cyber Hymnal #6621
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