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There is a Habitation (Hay un Habitacion)

Buenos Dias. Como estas hoy? (How are you today?) Cada de nosotros queremos una casa. (Every one of us want a house.) Viaje’ mucho en mi vida, y en cada pais, la gente tiene casas diferente. (I have traveled a lot in my life, and in every country, the people have different houses.) Nosotros edificamos las casas que necesitamos. (We build the houses that we need.) Y cada pais necesitan casas diferente. (And every country needs different houses.) En los paises que tiene mucho frio, necesitan calles hacer las casas tener calor. (In the countries that are really cold, they have ways to make their houses warm.) En los paises que tiene mucho calor, tienen calles hacer las casas tener mas fresco. (In the countries that are really warm, they have ways to make the houses cooler.) Si en paises que tienen mucho viento, la gente alli edifican casas muy fuerte. (If the country has a lot of wind, the people there build really strong houses.) En Corea, ellos edifican edificios muy alta porque no tienen mucha tierra. (In Korea, they build very tall buildings because they don’t have a lot of land.) En Japonia, ellos no tienen mucha tierra, pero mas importante, tienen mucho terremotos, por lo tanto, edifican casas que pueden soportar terremotos. (In Japan, they don’t have a lot of land, but more important, they have a lot of earthquakes, so they build houses that can endure earthquakes.) En Romania, ellos tuvieron comunismo, por lo tanto no tuvieron mucho comida a la tienda, por lo tanto tienen jardines de legumbres y un sitio para un cerdo cerca de sus casas y un sotano debajo sus casas guardar la comida.(In Romania, they had Communism, so they didn’t have a lot of food in the store, so the have vegetable gardens and places for a pig near their houses and a cellar under the houses to keep the food.) En Nigeria, donde fui la clima fue buena todo el ano; no tiene demasiado caliente y ni no tiene demasiado frio; la cima fue perfecto. (In Nigeria, where I was, the weather was very good all year; it wasn’t too hot and neither too cold; the weather was perfect.) Por lo tanto, hay una iglesia alli una vez que no tuvo’ paredes, solamente un techo porque tienen mucho lluvia a veces. (Therefore, I went to a church there one time that had no walls, only a roof because sometimes they had a lot of rain.) La gente edifican que necesitan. (The people build what they need.) Y Dios edifico’ una casa tambien que ‘el necesita porque somos su hijos y quiere nosotros vivir con ‘el. (And, God also built a house that he needs because we are his children, and he wants us to live with him.)

There is a Habitation

Hay un Habitacion

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There is a habitation

Hay un habitacion

Built by the living God

Edifico’ de el Dios viviendo

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For all of every nation

Para todos de cada pais

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Who seek that grand abode.

Quien buscan esa casa grande.

Chorus:

Oh, Zion, Zion, we long thy gates to see.

Oh, Sion, Sion, queremos tus puertas a ver.

Oh, Zion, Zion, when shall I dwell in thee?

Oh, Sion, Sion, cuando vamos vivir en tu?

Verse 2:

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No night is there, no sorrow,

No hay noche, no pena,

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No death and no decay,

No muerte y no putrificacion,

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No yesterday, no ‘morrow,

No ayer, no manana,

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But one eternal day.

Pero un dia etern.

(Chorus)

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