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Free to go in peace as you have promised

Free to go in peace as you have promised

Tune: [Free to go in peace as you have promised]
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Free to go in peace as you have promised.
Free to go in peace as you have promised.
Now, Lord, you have set your servant free,
free to go in peace as you have promised.
Free to go in peace as you have promised.
For these eyes of mine have seen the Savior
whom you have prepared for all the world to see:
Free to go in peace as you have promised.
a light to enlighten the nations,
and the glory of your people Israel.
Free to go in peace as you have promised.


Source: Evangelical Lutheran Worship #202

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First Line: Free to go in peace as you have promised
Language: English

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Evangelical Lutheran Worship #202

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