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Vine and Fig Tree

Representative Text

And ev'ryone beneath the vine and fig tree
shall live in peace and have no fear.
And everyone beneath the vine and fig tree
shall live in peace and have no fear.
And into plough shares turn their swords,
nations shall learn war no more.
And into plough-shares turn their swords,
nations shall learn war no more.

Source: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #774

Paraphraser: Shalom Altman

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Text Information

First Line: And everyone beneath the vine and fig tree
Title: Vine and Fig Tree
Paraphraser: Shalom Altman
Language: English
Copyright: © Songs for a Gospel People, 1987. Administered by Wood Lake Books, Inc.

Timeline

Instances

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Common Praise (1998) #595

Text

Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #774

The Book of Praise #796

Worship in Song #300

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