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744. Arise, Your Light Is Come!

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Text Information
First Line: Arise, your light is come!
Title: Arise, Your Light Is Come!
Author: Ruth Duck (1974)
Meter: SM
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Comfort; Discipleship and Mission; Encouragement (4 more...)
Copyright: © 1992 GIA Publications, Inc
Tune Information
Name: FESTAL SONG
Composer: William H. Walter (1894)
Meter: SM
Key: B♭ Major
Notes: This tune in a lower key, 815


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Echoing imagery from Isaiah 61:1–2 and other passages, this text was created as an inclusive-language alternative to an older hymn using this late 19th-century tune. Because it is a song of encouragement rather than a song of praise, it is not directed to God but to people.


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