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208. Jesus has come, and brings joy as our Saviour

Text Information
First Line: Jesus has come, and brings joy as our Saviour
Translator (vv. 1, 3-5): Otto E. Thiele, 1901-71
Author: Johann Ludwig Konrad Allendorf, 1693-1773
Translator (v. 2): Oliver C. Rupprecht, 1903-
Publication Date: 1999
Meter: 11 10.11 10.11 11
Scripture: Colossians 1:9-14; Hebrews 2:14-16; Hebrews 2:17-18; Isaiah 42:13; Isaiah 53:2-6; John 4:7-15; John 7:37-39; Luke 2:8-14; Matthew 8:8-17; Revelation 1:1-6
Topic: Christ tne King Sunday; Christ's Sacrifice; Forgiveness (12 more...)
Language: English
Copyright: Words (v. 2) by permission of Concordia Publishing House
Tune Information
Meter: 11 10.11 10.11 11
Key: D Major
Source: Köthen, c. 1733

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