I belong to the King; Iím a child of His love,
I shall dwell in His palace so fair,
For He tells of its bliss in yon heaven above,
And His children in splendor shall share.
I belong to the King; Iím a child of His
And he never forsaketh His own.
He will call me some day to His palace above;
I shall dwell by His glorified throne.
I belong to the King, and He loves me I know,
For His mercy and kindness so free
Are unceasingly mine wheresoever I go,
And my Refuge unfailing is He.
I belong to the King, and His promise is sure:
That we all shall be gathered at last
In His kingdom above, by lifeís waters so pure,
When this life with its trials is past.