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704. To My Precious Lord (내게있는향유옥합)

Text Information
First Line: Jesus, who for my sake walked (나를위해험한산길오르신그발)
Title: To My Precious Lord (내게있는향유옥합)
Korean Title: 나를위해험한산길오르신그발
Author: Chung Kwan Park (1983)
Translator (English): Edward Poltras (2001)
Reviser: Mary Louise Bringle (2011)
Refrain First Line: To my precious Lord (내게있는향)
Meter: with refrain
Language: English; Korean
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ;
Topic: Atonement; Christ's Return; Dedication and Stewardship (1 more...)
Copyright: Korean Text © Chung Kwan Park (admin. KCMCA); English Trans. © 2001, alt. 2013 The United Methodist Publishing House (admin. The Copyright Company)
Tune Information
Composer: Chung Kwan Park (1983)
Arranger: Pual Junggap Huh (2012)
Arranger: Alfred V. Fedak (2012)
Meter: with refrain
Key: D Major
Copyright: © Chung Kwan Park (admin. KCMCA)

Text Information:

This popular Korean praise and worship song speaks in the voice of the penitent woman who washes Christ’s feet in Luke 7:36–50. It is a remarkable devotional text, both for inviting singers to identify with a woman’s experience and for exploring neglected imagery.

Audio recording: Audio (MP3)
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