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Text:Come, Great God, Thy People Hear
Author (stanzas 2 & 3):John Newton, 1725-1807
Recaster and Author (stanza 1):John J. Overholt
Tune:CULBACH NEW
Arranger:John J. Overholt

3. Come, Great God, Thy People Hear

Text Information
First Line: Come, great God, Thy people hear
Title: Come, Great God, Thy People Hear
Recaster and Author (stanza 1): John J. Overholt (1970)
Author (stanzas 2 & 3): John Newton, 1725-1807
Meter: 7.7.7.6.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1972
Scripture:
Topic: Book One: Hymns, Songs, Chorales; Beginning of Worship: Prayer for the Presence of God
Copyright: Text Copyright © 1972 by The Christian Hymnary Publishers
Notes: Arise, O Lord God, into Thy resting place. II Chron. 6:41.
Tune Information
Name: CULBACH NEW
Arranger: John J. Overholt (1970)
Meter: 7.7.7.6.
Incipit: 13554 43117 56655
Key: E♭ Major
Source: Scheffler's Heilige Seelenlust, 1657
Copyright: Arrangement Copyright © 1972 by The Christian Hymnary Publishers
Notes: M.M. 63



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