Dim Sum – We are builders

We are building day by day
In our work and in our play
Not with hammer blow on blow
Not with timber sawing so
Building a house not made with hands
Following Jesus’ perfect plans
Little children all are we
Building a house for eternity.

As I sat wondering what my next blog will be the chorus above from years in Sunday School so many years ago, came back wafting on a cool breeze to my mind.

Indeed we are builders for Jesus
Daily we build layer upon layer
In faith hoping that in Him the things we have not seen
Will be just as He said
Building not a tower of Babel
Sending out confusion into lives around
But temples fit for the Master’s use
Temples that will be to His glory
Temples that will attract the weary and the worn
And bring reconciliation with the Lover of our souls.
Praise unto the Lord of lord and King of kings.

Yes Lord, may we be Yours
Builders of Your kingdom
Faithful and true
With You as the Architect
And we mere tools in Your Mighty Hand
Coming together, fitly framed
To bring honor and glory to Your dear Name.
May we be Yours forever.
To Your Honor and glory. Amen.

We praise Thee O God
For the Son of Thy love..
For Jesus who died
And is now gone above
Hallelujah Thine the glory
Hallelujah Amen
Hallelujah Thine the glory
Revive us again.

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