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The Word Became Flesh

Author: Kyung Woon Choi

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Paraphraser: Elise Shoemaker

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Text Information

First Line: Leaving heaven's glory
Title: The Word Became Flesh
Paraphraser: Elise Shoemaker (1981)
Author: Kyung Woon Choi (1980)
Source: Korean
Language: English
Refrain First Line: The Word made flesh has come
Publication Date: 1983
Copyright: Paraphrase © 1983 by Abingdon Press; © 1983 by Kyung Woon Choi

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