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373. O Day of Peace

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Text Information
First Line: O day of peace that dimly shines
Title: O Day of Peace
Author: Carl P. Daw Jr. (1982)
Meter: LMD
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ;
Topic: Animals; Hope; A New Heaven and a New Earth (2 more...)
Copyright: © 1982 Hope Publishing Company
Tune Information
Name: JERUSALEM
Composer: C. Hubert H. Parry (1916)
Harmonizer: Charles H. Webb (1987)
Meter: LMD
Key: D Major
Copyright: Melody © 1916, 1944 Roberton Publications (admin. Goodmusic Publishing Ltd.); Harm. © 1989 The United Methodist Publishing House (admin. The Copyright Company); Arr. © 1977 Roberton Publications (admin. Goodmusic Publishing Ltd.)
Notes: Guitar chords do not correspond with keyboard harmony.


Text Information:

This text on peace was created to offer non-nationalistic words for a popular British tune. The first stanza depicts pax, a mode of peace focused on ending conflict, and the second (based on Isaiah 11:6–9) describes shalom, the condition of living in harmony and mutual good will.


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