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Companions on the Journey

Refrain

We are companions on the journey, breaking bread and sharing life;

and in the love we bear is the hope we share for we believe in the love of our God,

we believe in the love of our God.

Verse 1

No longer strangers to each other, no longer strangers in God’s house; we are fed and we are nourished by the strength of those who care, by the strength of those who care.

Refrain

We are companions on the journey, breaking bread and sharing life;

and in the love we bear is the hope we share for we believe in the love of our God,

we believe in the love of our God.

Verse 2

We have been gifted with each other,

and we are called by the Word of the Lord: to act with justice, to love tenderly,

and to walk humbly with our God,

to walk humbly with our God.

Refrain

We are companions on the journey, breaking bread and sharing life;

and in the love we bear is the hope we share for we believe in the love of our God,

we believe in the love of our God.

Verse 3

We will seek and we shall find;

we will knock and the door shall be opened; we will ask and it shall be given,

for we believe in the love of our God,

we believe in the love of our God.

Refrain

We are companions on the journey, breaking bread and sharing life;

and in the love we bear is the hope we share for we believe in the love of our God,

we believe in the love of our God.

Verse 4

We are made for the glory of our God,

for service in the name of Jesus;

to walk side by side with hope in our hearts, for we believe in the love of our God, we believe in the love of our God.

Words and music: Carey Landry © 1985 Carey Landry and North American Liturgy Resources.

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