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Your Kingdom Come

Author (Japanese): Yūki Kō

(Precise birth and death dates: 1896.4.16-1985.1.27) Go to person page >

Translator: I-to Loh

(no biographical information available about I-to Loh.) Go to person page >

Author (Taiwanese): John Jyigiokk Ti'n

(no biographical information available about John Jyigiokk Ti'n.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: On the shore of Galilee
Title: Your Kingdom Come
Original Language: Taiwanese
Author (Japanese): Yūki Kō (1929)
Author (Taiwanese): John Jyigiokk Ti'n (alt., 1980)
Translator: I-to Loh (1980)
Source: Taiwanese
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Though two thousand years have passed
Publication Date: 1983
Copyright: Japanese words copyright by the Japanese Hymnal Committee; Trans. © 1983 by I-to Loh; Taiwanese words copyright © 1983 by John Jyigiokk Ti'n

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