All things are ready: come unto the marriage.@Matthew 22:4
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Charles H. Gabriel (1856-1932)

Charles H. Gabriel, 1895; some hymnals show the author as Charlotte G. Homer, Gabriel’s pseudonym.

William A. Ogden (🔊 pdf nwc).

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William A. Ogden (1841-1897)

All things are ready, come to the feast!
Come, for the table now is spread;
Ye famishing, ye weary, come,
And thou shalt be richly fed.

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Hear the invitation,
Come, whosoever will;
Praise God for full salvation
For whosoever will.

All things are ready, come to the feast!
Come, for the door is open wide;
A place of honor is reserved
For you at the Master’s side.

Refrain

All things are ready, come to the feast!
Come, while He waits to welcome thee;
Delay not while this day is thine,
Tomorrow may never be.

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All things are ready, come to the feast!
Leave ev’ry care and worldly strife;
Come, feast upon the love of God,
And drink everlasting life.

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