When All of God’s Singers Get Home ~ hymn

When All of God's Singers Get Home

This is one that is kind of, well, me. I am looking forward to singing with all of God’s children when I get to heaven. I think it is going to be amazing. Just think – not a thing to bother us, all will be gladness, no sorrow, God and Jesus there – it will be better than we can imagine.

This hymn shows a bit about what worship will be in that happy place and some of what we should be doing and experiencing in worship times here on Earth. Raising happy songs? Yes! Noting the rapture and glory? Yes! Having Jesus taken our sin so we can overcome it? Yes! While all of that will come to its very best in heaven, we can have a taste of it here when we worship with God’s singers.

Did you worship with some of God’s singers today? I did and I enjoyed it immensely. God’s singers are my brothers and sisters and I enjoy being with them often to encourage and be encouraged.

At Home.


Luther G. Presley & Virgil O. Stamps

1 What a song of delight in that City so bright
Will be wafted ‘neath Heaven’s fair dome!
How the ransomed will raise happy songs in His praise,
When all of God’s singers get home!

When all of God’s singers get home,
Where never a sorrow will come;
There’ll be “no place like home,”
When all of God’s singers get home.

2 As We sing here on earth, songs of sadness or mirth,
‘Tis a foretaste of rapture to come.
But our joy can’t compare with the glory up there,
When all of God’s singers get home! CHORUS

3 Having overcome sin, “Hallelujah, AMEN!”
Will be heard in that land o’er the foam;
Every heart will be light and each face will be bright–
When all of God’s singers get home! CHORUS


2 thoughts on “When All of God’s Singers Get Home ~ hymn

  1. Annette V September 14, 2018 at 3:12 pm Reply

    good harmony there. 🙂

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