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322. We Are One in Christ Jesus (Somos uno en Cristo)

Text Information
First Line: We are one in Christ Jesus (Somos uno en Cristo)
Title: We Are One in Christ Jesus (Somos uno en Cristo)
Spanish Title: Somos uno en Cristo
Author: Anon.
Translator (English): Alice Parker (1996)
Meter: Irregular
Language: English; Spanish
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ;
Topic: Baptism; Community in Christ; Unity (1 more...)
Copyright: Trans. © 1996 Abingdon Press (admin. The Copyright Company)
Tune Information
Composer: Anon.
Arranger: Philip W. Blycker (1992)
Meter: Irregular
Key: e minor
Copyright: Arr. © 1992 Celebremos/Libros Alianza

Text Information:

From Latin America comes this corito—a short, lively folk song based on scripture. This one draws on Ephesians 4:4–6 and manages to reproduce faithfully the repeated emphasis on the unity of revelation continued by the unity of discipleship under the care of the Holy Spirit.

Audio recording: Audio (MP3)
More media are available on the text authority and tune authority pages.

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