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680. Soft Rains of Spring Flow

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Text Information
First Line: Soft rains of spring flow through the fields
Title: Soft Rains of Spring Flow
Author: Jong Rack Im (1993)
Translator: Edward Poitras (2001, alt.)
Meter: LMD
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Care of Creation; Celebrating Time; Harvest (1 more...)
Copyright: © The Korean Hymnal Society
Tune Information
Name: PCOCS
Composer: Seung Nam Kim (2001)
Adapter: Paul Junggap Huh (2011)
Arranger: Alfred V. Fedak (2011)
Meter: LMD
Key: b minor
Copyright: © 2011 Paul Junggap Huh and Seung Nam Kim; Arr. © 2011 Alfred V. Fedak


Text Information:

This gentle text celebrates the changing seasons as testimony to God’s care for all creation, and meditating on that theme inspires thanks. The tune name is pronounced “peacocks,” and commemorates the Presbyterian Committee on Congregational Song, who compiled this hymnal.


Media
Audio recording: Audio (MP3)

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