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That the Church May Be One

As the bread which we break

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Representative Text

As the bread which we break
was scattered over the mountains
and when brought together became one,
so let your church be brought together
from the ends of the earth into your eternal realm;
for yours is the glory and the power
through Jesus Christ for evermore.

Text Information

First Line: As the bread which we break
Title: That the Church May Be One
Source: Didache, 2nd century, alt.
Publication Date: 1995
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1995.

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Text

Chalice Hymnal #394

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