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Shalom (Bring Peace)

Lo yisa goi el goi kherev (Nation shall not lift sword against nation)

Tune: LO YISA GOI
Published in 1 hymnal

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Bring peace, peace, O Lord.
Bring peace, peace, O Lord.
Nation shall not lift sword against nation
nor ever shall they train for war.
Nation shall not lift sword against nation
nor ever shall they train for war.

Hebrew:
Shalom, Shalom. Shalom, Shalom.
Lo yisa goi el goi kherev,
lo yilmeduod milkhamah.
Lo yisa goi el goi kherev,
lo yilmeduod milkhamah.


Source: Lift Up Your Hearts: psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs #288

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First Line: Lo yisa goi el goi kherev (Nation shall not lift sword against nation)
Title: Shalom (Bring Peace)

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