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Praise to the Lord (하나님을찬양하세)

Praise to the Lord and glory to God (하나님을찬양하세)

Translator: Edward Poitras; Author: Sung Mo Moon (1989); Author: Seung-Won Park (1989)
Tune: PRAISE TO THE LORD
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: Recording

Translator: Edward Poitras

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Author: Sung Mo Moon

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Author: Seung-Won Park

Park Seong-won is a professor of Youngnam Theological College and Seminary in Korea and a Central Committee member of World Council of Churches. He is a prominent theologian, and ecumenical activist. At the local level, Park coordinates a programme of inter-seminary training with the goal of ecumenical formation for theology of life and social transformation. He is presently responsible for a series of lectures on ecumenism, worship and spirituality, economic justice and Ecological agriculture at the Youngnam Theological College and Seminary in Gyeongsan, Korea. At the national level, Park serves the Ecumenical Committee of the Presbyterian Church of Korea and speaks to various groups on the theme of ecumenism, mission, economic justi… Go to person page >

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Glory to God #615

찬송과 예배 = Chansong gwa yebae = Come, Let Us Worship #76

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