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814. In God Alone (Mon âme se repose)

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First Line: In God alone my soul can find rest and peace (Mon âme se repose en paix sur Dieu seul)
Title: In God Alone (Mon âme se repose)
French Title: Mon âme se repose
Author: Taizé Community (1991)
Language: English; French
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ; ;
Topic: Living and Dying in Christ; Personal Peace; Rest
Copyright: © 1991 Les Presses de Taizé (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)
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Name: MON ÂME SE REPOSE
Composer: Jacques Berthier (1991)
Key: e minor
Copyright: © 1991 Les Presses de Taizé (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)


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This prayer response based on Psalm 62:1, 5 comes from the ecumenical community in Taizé, France (see also no. 843). It is intended for repeated singing in either language (or both). It can also be used effectively as a recurring congregational response in a series of prayers.


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