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Jordan River (Rio Jordan)

Buenos Dias. (Hello.) Como estas? (How are you?) Tuviste un Domingo Bueno? (
Did you have a good Sunday?) Mi hija y yo adoran a Dios en nuestra casa de nueve. (My daughter and I worshiped God in our house again.) Pero, pronto la iglesia va abrir de nueve. (But soon, the church will open again.) ‘Esta tarde, fruimos a la bolero con amigos. (This afternoon, we went to the bowling alley with friends.) Todos estan felices a salir de sus casas (Everyone is happy to go out of their houses.) Ninguno de nosotros tenía el hábito de jugar a los bolos, y ninguno de nosotros hizo un buen trabajo, pero estábamos felices de salir con amigos de nuevo. (None of us were in the habit of bowling, and none of us did a good job, but we were just happy to be out with friends again.) Fue divertido. (It was fun.)Mi amiga estaba conmigo en Japon hace muchos anos. (My friend was in Japan with me many years ago.) Si gente son crestianos, pueden menter amigos muchos anos. (If people are Christians, they can keep friends for a lot of years.) Mientras viajaba por todo el mundo durante tantos años, cada vez que volvía a Oklahoma, ella y yo visitamos. (As I traveled around the world for so many years, whenever I came back to Oklahoma, she and I visited.) Todavía estamos de acuerdo en muchas cosas. (We still agree on many things.) Todavía disfrutamos de la compañía del otro. (We still enjoy one another’s company.) Fuimos a Japón como estudiantes universitarios, y se suponía que debíamos aprender de los misioneros y ayudarlos. (We went to Japan as university students, and we were supposed to learn from the missionaries and help them.) Me convertí en misionera/profesora de inglés, y se convirtió en ama de casa cristiana. (I became a missionary/English professor, and she became a Christian housewife.) Fuimos bendecidos de diferentes maneras. (We were blessed in different ways.) Fuimos bendecidos en esta vida, y ambos seremos bendecidos cuando muramos. (We were blessed in this life, and we will both be blessed when we die.) Ambos somos tan serios con Dios ahora como cuando nos conocimos por primera vez. (We are both just as serious about God now as when we met the first time.)

Jordan River

Rio Jordan

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Jordan River, I’m bound to cross, Jordan River, I’m bound to cross,

Rio Jordan, voy a cruzar con seguridad, Rio Jordan, voy a cruzar con seguridad,

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Jordan River, I’m bound to cross. I’ve got one, one more river,

Rio Jordan, voy a cruzar con seguridad. Tengo un mas, un rio mas,

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I’ve got one, one more river, I’ve got one, one more river to cross.

Tengo un mas, un rio mas que cruzar.

Verse 2:

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My brother, he’ll be awaiting, but he can’t help me across,

Mi hermano estara’ esperando, peri no puede me ayuda’ a traves,

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My brother, he’ll be awaiting, but he can’t help me across,

Mi hermano estara’ esperando, peri no puede me ayuda a traves,

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My brother, he’ll be awaiting, but he can’t help me across,

Mi hermano estara’ esperando, peri no puede me ayudar’ a traves.

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I’ve got one, one more river, I’ve got one, one more river,

Tengo un mas, un rio mas, tengo un mas, un rio mas,

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I’ve got one, one more river to cross.

Tengo un mas, un rio mas que cruzar.

Verse 3:

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My Jesus, he’ll be awaiting, and he will help me across,

Mi Jesus, estara’ esperando, y Me ayudará a través,

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My Jesus, he’ll be awaiting, and he will help me across,

Mi Jesus, estara’ esperando, y Me ayudará a través,

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My Jesus, he’ll be awaiting, and he will help me across,

Mi Jesus, estara’ esperando, y Me ayudará a través,

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I’ve got no, no more rivers, I’ve got no, no more rivers,

No tengo, no tengo mas rios, no tengo, no tengo mas rios,

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I’ve got no, no more rivers to cross.

No tengo, no tengo mas rios que cruzar.

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