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The Savior's Precious Blood

The Savior’s precious blood hath made all nations one

Translator: William Scott; Translator: Yung Woon Kim; Author: Tai Jun Park (1949)
Tune: HYOP-TONG
Published in 4 hymnals

Translator: William Scott

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Translator: Yung Woon Kim

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Author: Tai Jun Park

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Text Information

First Line: The Savior’s precious blood hath made all nations one
Title: The Savior's Precious Blood
Translator: William Scott
Translator: Yung Woon Kim
Author: Tai Jun Park (1949)
Source: Korean hymn
Language: English
Copyright: Words from CCA Hymnal No 183, CCA 480 Lorong 2, Toa Payoh, Singapore 12.

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Instances

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Hymns from the Four Winds: A Collection of Asian American Hymns #48
Include 3 pre-1979 instances
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