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Den helige Franciskus' bön (St. Francis' Prayer)

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File:engden.nwc (May 2006) 3 kB
Full name of work:Den helige Franciskus' bön (St. Francis' Prayer)
Composer:Englund, Gunnar (1939 - ), Swedish
About:http://www.tidigmusik.se/
Lyricist:Francis of Assisi (attributed)
First line:Herre, gör mig till ett redskap för din frid
Music category:Choir Hymn
Instruments:Choir SATB
Name of file creator:Sebastian Schleussner
e-mail address:sesc03 "at" web "dot" de
Running time:00:02:13
Comments:Translation of the lyrics (by Sebastian Schleussner)
Lord, make me an instrument of Thy peace!
Help me to bring love where hate grows;
Faith, where doubt prevails;
Hope, where despair rules.

Help me to give pardon where injustice is commited;
To form harmony where discord seperates;
To spread light where darkness breeds;
To bring joy where sorrow lives.

Master, grant that I may seek
Not so much to be consoled, as to console;
Not so much to be understood, as to understand;
Not so much to be loved, as to love.

For it is in giving that we receive;
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned;
It is in losing our lives that we gain them.
It is by death that we arise to the eternal life.


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