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726. Will You Come and Follow Me (The Summons)

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First Line: Will you come and follow me if I but call your name?
Title: Will You Come and Follow Me (The Summons)
Author: Graham Maule (1987)
Author: John L. Bell (1987)
Meter: 13.13.7.7.13
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Commitment; Discipleship and Mission; Invitation (2 more...)
Copyright: © 1987 WGRG, Iona Community (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)
Tune Information
Name: KELVINGROVE
Arranger: John L. Bell (1987)
Meter: 13.13.7.7.13
Key: F Major
Source: Scottish melody
Copyright: Arr. © 1987 WGRG, Iona Community (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)


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The first four stanzas of this ballad-like hymn are understood to be in the voice of Christ, with the fifth reflecting the individual singer’s response. Created for this traditional Scottish tune, the text was written to mark the conclusion of a youth volunteer’s time of ministry.


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