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695. Change My Heart, O God (Cámbiame, Señor) (항 상 진 실 케)

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Text Information
First Line: Change my heart, O God (Cámbiame, Señor) (항 상 진 실 케)
Title: Change My Heart, O God (Cámbiame, Señor) (항 상 진 실 케)
Original Language: Spanish
Author (English and Spanish): Eddie Espinosa (1982)
Meter: Irregular
Language: English; Korean; Spanish
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ;
Topic: Christian Year: Ash Wednesday; Christian Year: Lent; Dedication and Stewardship (5 more...)
Source: Korean trans. The United Methodist Korean Hymnal Committee, 2001
Copyright: © 1982 Mercy/Vineyard Publishing (admin. in North America Music Services)
Tune Information
Composer: Eddie Espinosa (1982)
Meter: Irregular
Key: C Major
Copyright: © 1982 Mercy/Vineyard Publishing (admin. in North America Music Services)

Text Information:

The central image of the potter and the clay in this text comes from Isaiah 64:8 (and there is a similar reference in Jeremiah 18:1–6), while the petition for a changed heart is similar to Psalm 51:10. Such readiness to do God’s will is a significant feature of the spiritual life.

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