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Lamb of God, O Jesus

Representative Text

Lamb of God, O Jesus!
Thou who bearest all th'world's sin,
Have mercy on us!
Lamb of God, O Jesus!
Thou who bearest all th'world's sin,
Have mercy on us!
Lamb of God, O Jesus!
Thou who bearest all th'world's sin,
Hear us! Grant us Thy peace. Amen.


Source: American Lutheran Hymnal #411

Text Information

First Line: Lamb of God, O Jesus
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

CHRISTE, DU LAMM GOTTES (12354)

The chorale tune CHRISTE, DU LAMM GOTTES was published as the setting for the Agnus Dei in Bugenhagen's 1528 manual. The tune name comes from the opening words in the German text. Ulrich S. Leupold, editor of Martin Luther's hymns and liturgies (vol. 53 of Luther's Works, 1965), suggests that Luther…

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American Lutheran Hymnal #411

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Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #68

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Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #68

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Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. #a68

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