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91A. Whoever Shelters with the LORD

Text Information
First Line: Whoever shelters with the LORD
Title: Whoever Shelters with the LORD
Author: Calvin Seerveld
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Affliction; Angels; Church Year: Lent (26 more...)
Copyright: © 1985 Calvin Seerveld
Notes: Notice the shift in voices from first person in st. 1 (“I trust”), to an address of one another in sts. 2-4, to the voice of the Lord addressing the community in st. 5. This final stanza could be sung by a soloist or an ensemble in order to mark it as a distinct voice. The singing could end here, or the congregation could return to singing st. 1 as a concluding affirmation of trust.
Tune Information
Composer: William Knapp
Harmonizer: Emily R. Brink, b. 1940
Key: G Major
Copyright: Harm. 1994 Faith Alive Christian Resouces

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