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177. I Will Come to You (You Are Mine)

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First Line: "I will come to you in the silence
Title: I Will Come to You (You Are Mine)
Author: David Haas (1991)
Refrain First Line: Do not be afraid, I am with you
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ; ;
Topic: Christian Life; Christian Year: Baptism of Jesus; Christian Year: Transfiguration (5 more...)
Copyright: © 1991 GIA Publications, Inc.
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Name: YOU ARE MINE
Composer: David Haas (1991)
Meter: Irregular
Key: A Major
Copyright: © 1991 GIA Publications, Inc.


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Presuming to speak in the voice of God, as this song does, can only be done with integrity if the singers understand their words as an expression of what they believe about God’s nature and God’s intentions. It is an occasion for affirming faith, not for wishful thinking.


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