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Christ was the Word who spake it

Author: Queen Elizabeth I Hymnal: The Cambridge Hymnal #23 (1967) Hymnal Title: The Cambridge Hymnal Tune Title: NUN LASST UNS GOTT

Christ Was the Word

Author: Elizabeth I (1533-1603) Hymnal: The Worshipbook #331 (1972) Meter: Hymnal Title: The Worshipbook First Line: Christ was the Word who spake it Lyrics: Christ was the Word who spake it: He took the bread and brake it: And what his word doth make it, That I believe and take it. Topics: Service for the Lord's Day After Old Testament Lesson; Sacraments Lord's Supper Tune Title: CLAY COURT

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