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Voicing/Instrumentation: SB, 2 part choir, Choir Unison, Organ/Organ Accompaniment, Young Men Voices, Young Women Voices, Youth Choir Mixed Or Unison

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Related song categories are:
Diligence/Commitment/Endure to End
Youth/Young Men/Young Women
Embark in the Service of God Mutual Theme 2015

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More about Michelle Willis:
Michelle is an accomplished composer and arranger who has received over a dozen awards from the LDS Church Music Submission contest. Michelle earned her bachelor's degree in Music Education from Boise State University and is the conductor of the Kensington Symphony Orchestra in the Salt Lake Valley. Michelle is a music specialist at Early Light Academy teaching music to K-6 as well as band and orchestra to 7-9 grade. Michelle has written over 100 pieces and has had her music performed all over the world as well as the Salt Lake Tabernacle.
Song background:

Sung to the same tune as “As Zion’s Youth in Latter Days” (Hymn #256), this boisterous anthem proudly proclaims our lineage as Children of a loving Heavenly Father. Written in 2-part voices and suitable for adult choirs or youth groups. 

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Lyrics: As children of a mighty,
the agent gift is giv’n;
And each is granted mortal life
to prove ourselves for heav’n.

In realms above, our Father dear;
on earth, our brethren firm;
And angels, set to be our guards,
await our safe return.

As evil forces roam the earth
and rage in every land,
We’ll put our burning faith in God,
frustrating Satan’s plan.

The iron rod will lead the way
through mists of mortal life
And bring the souls of
weary saints unto eternal life.

We’ll turn our faces to the heav’ns
and praise God’s glorious name
For sending His Beloved Son
to claim us once again.

We’ll put our trust in Jesus Christ;
our Savior He shall be.
Together, with the hosts of heav’n,
we’ll live eternally.
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