|First Line:||Womb of life and source of being|
|Title:||Womb of Life and Source of Being|
|Author:||Ruth Duck (1986, 1990, alt.)|
|Topic:||Christian Year: Trinity; Creation; Gift of the Holy Spirit(2 more...)|
|Copyright:||© 1992 GIA Publications, Inc.|
|Composer:||Skinner Chávez-Melo (1983)|
|Copyright:||© 1985, 1991 Skinner Chávez-Melo|
Old and new metaphors drawn from Psalm 23; John 1:14, 14:26, 20:19–23; Hebrews 5:1–10; and Genesis 1:1–2 combine here to express faith in and praise to the Triune God, identified as Source, Word, and Spirit. The second line of stanza two is adapted from Charles Wesley (see no. 119).