Jesus Cares for Everyone

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1. Jesus ama cada uno
enfermos, los bien y pobres y
indica la ama de el
con ángeles en la puerta.

2. Jesus ama cada uno
y tiene sorpresa en los
que vengan con brazos abiertos como
ángeles en la puerta.
Voy a encontrarlos, saludarlos,
ayuda a volar la espiritu
con bien venidos y resueños
los ángeles en las puertas,
los ángeles en las puertas.

1. Jesus cares for everyone,
the sick, the well, the poor,
and often shows his love for us
through angels at our door.

2. Jesus cares for everyone
and has surprise in store
in those who come with open arms
as angels at our door.
So we will meet them, greet them,
help their spirits soar
by smiling as we welcome them,
those angels at our door,
those angels at our door.

Source: New Hymns of Hope #132

Translator (into Spanish): Richard Fleming

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Translator (into Spanish): Phil Plunk

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Author: Jane M. Marshall

Jane Marshall graduated from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, with both a Bachelor and Masters degree in music. She has served in a number of United Methodist churches in Texas and taught in both public schools and at Southern Methodist University. A strong advocate of congregational song, she has written a number of hymn tunes as well as served on the editorial committees of several hymnbooks. A contributor to music journals, she is the author of Grace Noted, a collection of homilies, essays and poems published by Hope Publishing Company. Jane Marshall's compositions, many of which have taken on "classic" status include, from the 1950s, "My Eternal King" and two other magnificent works for SATB: "He Comes to Us" and "None Other La… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesus ama cada uno (Jesus cares for everyone)
Title: Jesus Cares for Everyone
Translator (into Spanish): Richard Fleming
Translator (into Spanish): Phil Plunk
Author: Jane M. Marshall
Meter: Irregular
Language: English, Spanish
Refrain First Line: So we will meet them, greet them
Copyright: Words © 2005 Hope Publishing Company

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