625. O Lord My God (How Great Thou Art)

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Text Information
First Line: O Lord, my God, when I in awesome wonder
Title: O Lord My God (How Great Thou Art)
Author: Stuart K. Hine (1953)
Translator (into Spanish): Arturo W. Hotton Rives
Translator (into Korean): Anon.
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: with refrain
Scripture: Deuteronomy 3:24; Psalm 8:3; Psalm 19:1; Psalm 48:1; Psalm 145:3; John 14:3; Acts 4:24; Romans 1:20; Romans 5:6; Romans 8:32; 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17
Topic: Adoration; Atonement; Creation (3 more...)
Language: English; Spanish; Korean
Refrain First Line: Then sings my soul, my Savior God, to thee
Copyright: © 1949 and 1953 The Stuart Hine Trust (U.S.A. print rights admin. Hope Publishing Company. All other U.S.A. rights admin. EMICMGPublishing.com)
Tune Information
Adapter: Stuart K. Hine (1949)
Meter: with refrain
Key: B♭ Major
Source: Swedish folk melody
Copyright: © 1949 and 1953 The Stuart Hine Trust (U.S.A. print rights admin. Hope Publishing Company All other U.S.A. rights admin. EMICMGPublishing.com)

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This tuneful retelling of the salvation story began in Swedish and was translated into German and then into Russian before reaching its English form. Despite such linguistic and musical revisions, it continues to be a meaningful source of comfort to many people.

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