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El Señor ya viene (Oh, the Lord Is Coming)

En su esperanza brota la alegría (Joy grows within as his return draws near)

Translator: Greg Scheer
Tune: [En su esperanza brota la alegría]
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Translator: Greg Scheer

Greg Scheer is a composer, author, and speaker. His life’s work includes two sons (Simon and Theo), two books (The Art of Worship, 2006, and Essential Worship, 2016), and hundreds of compositions, songs, and arrangements in a dizzying variety of styles. Greg is also co-founder of Hymnary.org and source of many ideas and inspirations, some good. Greg Scheer Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: En su esperanza brota la alegría (Joy grows within as his return draws near)
Title: El Señor ya viene (Oh, the Lord Is Coming)
Spanish Title: En su esperanza brota la alegría
Translator: Greg Scheer
Source: Collective creation of Red Crearte workshop
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: El Señor ya viene (Oh, the Lord is coming)
Copyright: © 2005, tr. © 2019, Red Crearte


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