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Jesus Entered Egypt

Author: Adam M. L. Tice

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Text Information

First Line: Jesus entered Egypt
Title: Jesus Entered Egypt
Author: Adam M. L. Tice (2007)
Meter: 6.5.6.5 D
Publication Date: 2013
Copyright: © 2009 GIA Publications, Inc.

Notes

Human beings create divisions for many political, social, economic, and military reasons, but God is no
respecter of the boundaries we erect. Jesus taught us to look for and respect the image of God that can be
found in every human being, and to care for “the least of these.”

Tune

KING'S WESTON

Ralph Vaughan Williams (PHH 316) composed KING'S WESTON for this text. It was published in Songs of Praise (1925). The combination of text and tune in a festive hymn¬-anthem by Vaughan Williams has become a favorite of many church choirs. The tune's title refers to a manor house on the Avon River n…

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