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Bukas Palad – At Home In Our Hearts lyrics

You who welcomed Christ into your home
You who must have washed the Savior's feet
Are truly blest, you who fed the Lord when weary and
Forlorn
Blest are you who served the Lord's needs

You with whom He shared His wondrous deeds
You to whom He bared His broken dreams
Are truly blest, you whom Jesus sought before His lonely
End
Blest are you whom Jesus called His friend

REFRAIN:
And so we pray, now and always
That we might serve the Lord as selflessly
By feeding those in need, their woes making our own
In our hearts may Jesus find a home

You who begged the Lord to raise His friend
You who knew our death He would amend
Are truly blest, You whom Jesus heard say, "You are the
Messiah
The Son of God who comes into the world!" (REFRAIN)



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