526. Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ

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Text Information
First Line: Let us talents and tongues employ
Title: Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ
Author: Fred Kaan (1975)
Refrain First Line: Jesus lives again
Meter: LM with refrain
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Christian Life; Dedication and Stewardship; Eucharist (5 more...)
Copyright: © 1975 Hope Publishing Company
Tune Information
Adapter: Doreen Potter (1975)
Meter: LM with refrain
Key: C Major
Source: Jamaican folk melody
Copyright: © 1975 Hope Publishing Company

Text Information:

This “communion calypso” (as the author called it) affirms the continuing presence of Christ both in the sacramental meal and in the lives of Christians. Because this text was written to fit a pre-existing tune, it has a rather telegraphic style that encourages pondering

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