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May this day

Author: Nickolas Campbell

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Text Information

First Line: May this day be a day
Title: May this day
Author: Nickolas Campbell (2014)
Meter: 6.4.6.4 D
Source: Based on John Wesley's Prayers for Sunday morning
Language: English
Notes: This hymn may be reproduced and used in worship from http://www.umcdiscipleship.org/resources/may-this-day
Copyright: © 2014 Nickolas Campbell

Tune

[Break thou the bread of life] (Sherwin)

William F. Sherwin (PHH 8) composed BREAD OF LIFE in 1877 for the stanzas by Lathbury when he was the music director for the Chautauqua Institution. A good fit for the hymn text, BREAD OF LIFE is a quiet tune, meditative in tone but with a fine climax in its final phrase. Sing this tune in harmony a…

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