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Heir to the Kingdom

We come to the house of our Father

Author: Mrs. C. L. Shacklock
Tune: [We come to the house of our Father]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 We come to the house of our Father,
Rejoicing together we sing;
To Jesus, who ransomed and saved us,
Our off’rings we joyfully bring.

Refrain:
The heirs to the kingdom of glory,
And songs of thanksgiving we sing;
We’re heirs to the kingdom of glory,
And Jesus, who loves us, is King.

2 We’re tenderly guided and guarded,
We’re going to heave, our home;
Then why, in the pathway of error,
Afar from the fold should we roam? [Refrain]

3 As onward we journey together,
Life’s burden ’tis needless to bear;
For Jesus is ready to carry
Our sorrow, our sin and our care. [Refrain]

4 We’re ransomed from bondage forever,
We’re crowned with the blessing of love;
The dawn of each swift-coming morrow,
Our Father’s compassion will prove. [Refrain]

Source: Pearls of Praise #10

Author: Mrs. C. L. Shacklock

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Text Information

First Line: We come to the house of our Father
Title: Heir to the Kingdom
Author: Mrs. C. L. Shacklock
Refrain First Line: The heirs to the kingdom of glory
Publication Date: 1893
Copyright: Public Domain

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Pearls of Praise #10

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