• “I was restored, as it were, to perfect life and set wholly at liberty. I was no longer depressed, no longer borne down under the burden of sorrow. I had thought God lost, and lost forever; but I found Him again.” – Madame Guyon

Come With Your Laughter by Xiao Min

(Canaan Hymn: No. 1, P. 1;  CD I – 18;  K – 3; Original Xiao Min’s Hymn No. 1)

1. Come with your laughter.

Come with your Song.

Come with your sincerity.

Come with your pure heart.

Into God’s Holy Temple, find the real meaning of life.

Trusting in Jesus is the only way.

Chorus:  Let us spread this good news.

Let us hear it too.

Welcome to the family,

Welcome to the family of the Love of God.

2. Come with your Sisters.

Come with your Brothers too.

Come with your whole family, neighbors and your friends.

Bringing all your burdens, leave them to the Holy Spirit.

Patiently following Him, obeying His Command. (Chorus)

The lyric was translated by Mrs. Anita Ho from Xiao Min’s Hymns. 

 

Canaan Hymn is the Sheet Music: “Love of the Cross” CD.

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