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Jesus, Lord of all creation

Jesus, Lord of all creation, Stepping into time and space

Author: Julie Tennent
Tune: KINGDOM (Copes)
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Author: Julie Tennent

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Text Information

First Line: Jesus, Lord of all creation, Stepping into time and space
Title: Jesus, Lord of all creation
Author: Julie Tennent
Notes: This hymn may be reproduced and used in worship from http://www.umcdiscipleship.org/resources/jesus-lord-of-all-creation
Copyright: © 2014 Julie Tennent

Tune

KINGDOM (Copes)

KINGDOM features a gentle melodic contour and subtle changes in rhythmic structure (that soften the trochaic meter of the text. Sing this tune in harmony and in two long lines. This communion hymn can be framed by the equally meditative "Alleluia" (see 640). Good singers may improvise additional par…

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Discipleship Ministries Collection #45

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