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14A. Oh, That Your Salvation and Your Rescue

Text Information
First Line: The fools have said in their heart
Title: Oh, That Your Salvation and Your Rescue
Author: David Lee
Refrain First Line: Oh, that your salvation and your rescue
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Atheism; Biblical Names and Places: Israel; Biblical Names and Places: Jacob (14 more...)
Copyright: © 2010 David Lee
Tune Information
Name: [The fools have said in their heart]
Composer: David Lee
Key: d minor
Source: Based on the tune RORATE CAELI.
Copyright: © 2010 David Lee
Notes: The tune is based on the Advent plainchant RORATE CAELI (“Drop Down, Ye Heavens, from Above”). Though set here in rhythm (2+3), this should not be interpreted with rigidity. The stanzas may be sung by a solo voice or an ensemble with the congregation joining on the refrain. With leadership, the entire congregation should be able to sing the stanzas.

Audio recording: Oh That Your Salvation

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