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[Jerusalem, God's city]

[Jerusalem, God's city]

Composer: John Michael Talbot
Published in 2 hymnals


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: John Michael Talbot

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Tune Information

Title: [Jerusalem, God's city]
Composer: John Michael Talbot
Copyright: © 1990 Birdwing Music/Cherry Lane Music Publishing Co. Inc. Admin. By EMI Christian Music Publishing. All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission

Texts

Psalm 122: I Rejoiced When I Heard Them Say

Refrain
I rejoiced when I heard them say,
“Let us go to the house of the Lord.”
And now our feet are standing within your gates,
Jerusalem. (repeat)

Jerusalem, God’s city,
built strong by the hand of the Lord.
To Jerusalem will the tribes go up,
the people of our God.

For the peace of Jerusalem we pray;
may peace come to your homes.
For the love of my relatives and friends,
may peace come to you. Sing! A New Creation

For the love of the house of the Lord,
I will pray for you.
May the throne of justice
be restored in you.

Jerusalem, God’s city,
built strong by the hand of the Lord.
To Jerusalem will the tribes go up,
the people of our God.

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Instances

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Renew! Songs and Hymns for Blended Worship #117

Audio

Sing! A New Creation #7

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