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1. My soul, how lovely is the place,
    To which thy God resorts!
‘Tis heav’n, to see his smiling face,
    Within celestial courts.
My heart and flesh cry out for thee
    While far from thine abode:
When shall I tread thy courts, and see
    My Saviour and my God?

2. The sparrow builds herself a nest,
    And suffers no remove;
O make me like the sparrows blest,
    To dwell but where I love.
To sit one day beneath thine eye,
    And hear thy gracious voice,
Exceeds a whole eternity
    Employ’d in carnal joys.

3. Much more than fill a throne of state,
    Or live in tents of sin;
Lord, at thy threshold I would wait,
    While Jesus is within.
Could I command the spacious land,
    And the more boundless sea,
For one blest hour at thy right hand,
    I’d give them both away.


Details
Author: Isaac Watts (Psalm 84:1,2,3,10)
Composer: Unknown
Meter: C.M.D.
Song in the Night: Page 31

Celestial Courts

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