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An Angel Came to Mary

Representative Text

1 An angel came to lovely Mary
To bring to he great news of joy,
Jesus our Savior, Lord of all,
would come to be her baby boy.

2 Then Mary fell on bended knee
Before the angel's brilliant light;
She would be mother of our Savior
on a glad and starlit night.

Source: Children's Hymnal #177

Author: Lois Moore

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Text Information

First Line: An angel came to lovely Mary
Title: An Angel Came to Mary
Author: Lois Moore
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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Children's Hymnal #177

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