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I'd Rather Have Jesus
by Homecoming Friends
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I'd Rather Have Jesus Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
I'd rather have Jesus than silver or gold
I'd rather, rather have Him than riches untold
I'd rather have Jesus than houses or lands
I'd rather be led by His nail-pierced hands
Verse 2
Than to be a king of the vast domains
Than be held in sins dread sway
I'd rather have Jesus than anything
This world can afford today
Verse 3
I'd rather have Jesus than man's applause
See, I'd rather be faithful to His dear cause
Oh, I'd rather have my Jesus than all the worldwide fame
Yes, I'd rather be true to His holy, to His holy name
Verse 4
Than to be the king of a vast domain
Than be held in sins dread sway
Oh, I'd rather have You, Jesus, than anything
This world can afford today, oh, yes
Verse 5
I'd rather have Jesus than anything
This world can afford, can afford today
Verse 6
I just love Him
I love You Lord more than anything, anything
Verse 7
I'd rather have Jesus than man's applause
I'd rather be faithful to His dear cause
I'd rather have my Jesus than all the worldwide fame
You see, I'd rather be true to my Saviour's holy name
Verse 8
Than to be a king of a vast domain
Than be held in sins dread sway
Oh, I'd rather have Jesus than anything
This world can afford to be
Verse 9
You see, I'd rather have my Jesus
He's been good to me
I'd rather have my Jesus than any, than anything
This world can afford, can afford today
I love You
Verse 10

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