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Peace of God Be with You (As-salaamu lakum)

Peace of God be with you (As-salaamu lakum)

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Representative Text

Peace of God be with you.
Peace of God be with you.
Salaam, salaam.
Peace of God be with you.

Assalaamu lakum.
Assalaamu lakum.
Salaam, salaam.
Assalaamu lakum.

السـلامُ لكم
السـلامُ لكم
سـلام ، سـلام
السـلامُ لكم

Source: Glory to God: the Presbyterian Hymnal #448

Text Information

First Line: Peace of God be with you (As-salaamu lakum)
Title: Peace of God Be with You (As-salaamu lakum)
Source: Arabic greeting
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2013.


Both being Semitic languages, Arabic and Hebrew have many similar words, as can be heard here in Salaam, which sounds much like Shalom. This setting uses the same words and music in all but one phrase, making this brief song easy to learn in either English or Arabic.


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Glory to God #448

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