God, Bless Those Who Persecute Us (THE GRENADIER AND THE LADY) SATB

Composer
Traditional English Folksong
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Jesus said we’re supposed to love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us. I was puzzled as to what He would have us pray. But somehow this hymn ended up being 5 verses long. Lyrics are pastor approved. Scripture references are included on the lead sheet - available here under parts. An alternative version of this text, "God Bless Our Enemies," is also available here on Score Exchange.

This tune is a beautiful English folk song. It is so old that is has several names and many versions of lyrics associated with it (some a bit naughty). I also used this tune for an Epiphany hymn, "When Wise Men From Eastern Lands," which is also on Score Exchange.

I give permission for anyone to print, forward, photocopy, distribute, reprint and use words and/or music at no additional cost beyond what Score Exchange specifies. I do appreciate my name and contact information staying on any copies, etc. If you need any different arrangement, alternative text, etc. please feel free to e-mail me.


Score ID
165669
Composer
Traditional English Folksong
Year of composition
1600
Year of arrangement
2005
Lyricist
Mary Rose Jensen
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
1 minute
Instrumentation
Choir
Genre
World music and Folk music
Instrumental parts
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