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239. Jesus, the Lord said, “I am the bread”

Text Information
First Line: Jesus, the Lord said, “I am the bread”
Author: C. Dermott Monahan, 1906-57
Publication Date: 1999
Meter: irregular
Scripture: John 6:25-35; John 8:12-18; John 10:11-16; John 11:25-27
Topic: Confession of Faith; Hymns Specially Suitable for Children; Jesus Christ: Earthly life (8 more...)
Source: Anon., Urdu song
Language: English
Copyright: Words by permission Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, UK
Tune Information
Name: URDU TUNE
Harmonizer: Francis Brotherton Westbrook, 1903-75
Meter: irregular
Key: D Major
Source: Urdu melody, 'Yisu Ne Kaha'
Copyright: Harmony by permission of Oxford University Press; Music by permission Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, UK



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