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Song of Ezekiel

Representative Text

[Response:]
Let us see your kindness, O God,
grant us your salvation.

R
I will take you from the nations,
and gather you from all the countries,
and bring you into your own land.
I will sprinkle clean water upon you,
and you shall be clean from all your uncleannesses,
and from all your idols I will cleanse you.
A new heart I will give you,
and a new spirit I will put within you;
and I will remove from your body the heart of stone
and give you a heart of flesh.
I will put my spirit within you,
and make you follow my statutes
and be careful to observe my ordinances.
Then you shall live in the land that I gave to your ancestors;
and you shall be my people,
and I will be your God. R

Text Information

First Line: Let us see your kindness, God
Title: Song of Ezekiel
Publication Date: 1995
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1995.

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Chalice Hymnal #516

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