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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

Vem, ó tu que fazes noves (Ven, oh tú que haces nuevos) (Come, O Come, Creating Spirit)

Author: Simei Monteiro

Simei Monteiro is a Brazilian poet, composer, translator, author and editor. She was Born in Belém, PA, Brazil in 1943. Her songs and translations appear in several hymn books and collections of sacred songs in Brazil, Latin America, USA, Europe, and Asia. She has a degree in Portuguese, French Language and Literature, and a Degree in Artistic Education. She is interested in worship and the arts, and her book: The Song of Life, explores the relationship between Hymnody and Theology. Until 2010, she was a missionary of The United Methodist Church, serving with the World Council of Churches (WCC), in Geneva, Switzerland, in the position of Worship Consultant. Simei is married to a Methodist pastor and has two adult daughters, two g… Go to person page >

Translator (Spanish): Juan Gattinoni

(no biographical information available about Juan Gattinoni.) Go to person page >

Translator (English): Shirley Erena Murray

Shirley Erena Murray (b. Invercargill, New Zealand, 1931) studied music as an undergraduate but received a master’s degree (with honors) in classis and French from Otago University. Her upbringing was Methodist, but she became a Presbyterian when she married the Reverend John Stewart Murray, who was a moderator of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Shirley began her career as a teacher of languages, but she became more active in Amnesty International, and for eight years she served the Labor Party Research Unit of Parliament. Her involvement in these organizations has enriched her writing of hymns, which address human rights, women’s concerns, justice, peace, the integrity of creation, and the unity of the church. Many of her hymns… Go to person page >

Translator (French): Marc Chambron

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Translator (German): Reinhold Renner

(no biographical information available about Reinhold Renner.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Vem, ó tu que fazes novos (Come, O come, creating Spirit)
Title: Vem, ó tu que fazes noves (Ven, oh tú que haces nuevos) (Come, O Come, Creating Spirit)
Portuguese Title: Vem, ó tu que fazes noves
Author: Simei Monteiro
Translator (Spanish): Juan Gattinoni
Translator (English): Shirley Erena Murray
Translator (French): Marc Chambron
Translator (German): Reinhold Renner
Language: French; German; Portuguese; Spanish
Copyright: © 1987, Simei Monteiro, admin. General Board of Global Ministries; Spanish tr. © Juan Gattinoni; English tr. © Hope Publishing Company; French tr. © Marc Chambron; German tr. © Reinhold Renner

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