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Thy kingdom come, is the prayer we are taught to pray

Thy kingdom come, is the prayer we are taught to pray

Author: William M. Runyan
Tune: [“Thy kingdom come” is the prayer we are taught to pray]
Published in 8 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 “Thy kingdom come” is the prayer we are taught to pray,
Pleading that Jesus all nations of men shall sway;
Thy kingdom come, do Thou hasten the glorious day!
Thy kingdom come, O Lord, Thy kingdom come!

Refrain:
Thy kingdom come, ‘midst the northern snows,
Thy kingdom come, where the palm-tree grows;
Far as the sun flings its glorious ray,
Where men are groping to find the Way;
Speed Thou Thy messengers near and far,
Led by the light of the Morning star;
That all the nations may know Thee and love Thee,
Thy kingdom come!

2 “Thy will be done”—our allegiance by this we prove;
Loving Thy will, tow’rd the day of Thy pow’r we move;
Yearning to share in Thy kingdom of light and love;
Thy kingdom come, O Lord, Thy kingdom come! [Refrain]

3 Hasten the day of a world-wide and Christian peace;
Stretch forth Thy hand that the wars of the world may cease;
Reign Thou in love that all captives may find release;
Thy kingdom come, O Lord, Thy kingdom come! [Refrain]

Source: Standard Songs of Evangelism #107

Author: William M. Runyan

William M. Runyan (1870-1957) was an Christian composer from the United States who wrote the music to the well-known hymn "Great Is Thy Faithfulness." William Marion Runyan was born in Marion, New York in 1870 to a Methodist minister Rev. William White and his wife Hannah (Orcutt) Runyan. As a youth, Runyan served as a church organist and graduated from Marion High School in Marion, Kansas. Runyan attended Northwestern University for three years from 1895 to 1898 and was ordained as a Methodist minister at age twenty-one and then pastored various congregations in Kansas. Starting in 1915 Runyan began writing gospel songs with the encouragement of D.B. Towner of the Moody Bible Institute. In 1923 Runyan moved from Wichita to Chicago. From… Go to person page >

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First Line: Thy kingdom come, is the prayer we are taught to pray
Author: William M. Runyan

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Instances

Instances (1 - 8 of 8)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Foursquare Hymnal of Standard Songs of Evangelism #d213
Foursquare Hymnal of Standard Songs of Evangelism #107
Revival Praises #d108
Standard Songs of Evangelism #d135
Standard Songs of Evangelism #d132
Standard Songs of Evangelism #107TextAudioPage Scan
The Voice of Thanksgiving No. 5 #d324
Victorious Revival Songs #d138



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