Have You Brought Some Bread

1. Have you brought some bread for the breaking?
Have you brought some wine for the feast?
For the food we bless and offer,
Is Christ Jesus our life and our peace.

2. The hungry rejoice at the breaking.
The thirsty gain strength from the cup.
God's power is working among us,
As we gather to hear and to sup.

3. The bread can be baked of our sorrows.
The wine pressed from our fears.
As we share the meal remember,
The death that has conquered all fear.

4. The poor can now tell us their story.
The homeless be welcomed as friends.
At this banquet, Christ gives us God's Spirit.
To love those whom the world would condemn.
Repeat V1.


Refrain A:
Hands that make each day begin again,
And bring to light our distant dreams.
We have but one more chance,
In this the hour of our new life to heal
The wounds which time does bring,
Which time does bring.

Refrain B:
Reaching out and touching:
Are you there to offer smile, or eyes or tear?
This moment filled with trust
Can make us whole, yes, if we will.
The touch of hands such healing brings,
Such healing brings.

We ask you, Lord, for healing,
And you share the certain caring
Of each other's hands. Ref B

Moving with the moment
And receiving each one's presence,
We are now restored. Ref A

Fears that only hides us
From reality inside us
Disappear with loving care. Ref B

Where have U been all these years
And where shall I be going?
I don't know but I trust. Ref A

God Is Love

God is love, and all who live in love, live in God.

1. God is light, in God, there is no darkness.
Come live in the love of the Lord.

2. Come to the Lord, receive the light,
And live in the love of the Lord.

3. We are called to be God's own children,
To live in the love of the Lord.

4. All of you, are one, united in Jesus,
to live in the love of the Lord.

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