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On This Our Day of Praise

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1 On this our day of praise,
this love-feast, Lord, we hold.
We pilgrims join in song
proclaiming faith so bold:
glory to you, the Lamb who died.
All hail our king, the crucified.

2 From age to age it sounds,
the anthem all-supreme.
World unto world proclaims
the everlasting theme:
glory to you, the Lamb who died.
All hail our king, the crucified.

Source: Moravian Book of Worship #436

Author: Arthur J. Lewis

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Text Information

First Line: On this our day of praise
Title: On This Our Day of Praise
Author: Arthur J. Lewis (1960, alt.)
Language: English


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Moravian Book of Worship #436

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