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God Created Us in His Own Image

God created us in His own image (Deus criou o homem de Si mesmo)

Author: Graça de Maria Amorim dos Santos; Eng. tr.: CSPS
Tune: [God created us in His own image] (Santos)
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Author: Graça de Maria Amorim dos Santos

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Eng. tr.: CSPS

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Text Information

First Line: God created us in His own image (Deus criou o homem de Si mesmo)
Title: God Created Us in His Own Image
Portuguese Title: Deus criou o homem de Si mesmo
Author: Graça de Maria Amorim dos Santos
Eng. tr.: CSPS
Language: English; Portuguese
Refrain First Line: This clear view of man is perfect (Essa percepção do homem)
Copyright: Port. Words, Eng. tr. ©2017 The Christian Science Board of Directors

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Christian Science Hymnal #482

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