Songs from Luke 2:29-32

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Luke 2:29-32 (Expository) | Canticle of Simeon

Genre: Catholic
Release Year: 2008
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by Psalms From the Soul on Psalms From the Soul: Vol. 1 - Advent, Christmas & Ordinary Time (2008).

Luke 2:29-32 (Expository) | Lord, let thy servant now depart

 | Songwriters: Nahum Tate, Nicholas Brady
 | Artists:
Artists:
Genre: Hymns
Release Year: 1696
Hymnal/Album: Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady, New Version of the Psalms of David, 1696.
Publishing: Public Domain

Luke 2:29-32 (Expository) | Now, Lord! according to thy word

Luke 2:29-32 (Expository) | Nunc Dimittis

 | Artists: The Welcome Wagon
Genre: Christian
Release Year: 2022
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by The Welcome Wagon on Esther (2022).

Luke 2:29-32 (Expository) | Servant Depart

 | Artists: Grace Pres Band
Release Year: 2020
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by Grace Pres Band on Songs of Advent: Because of the Tender Mercy (2020).

Luke 2:29-32 (Expository) | Simeon’s Song

 | Artists: Tommy Walker
Artists: Tommy Walker
Release Year: 2019
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by Tommy Walker on Generation Carols (2019).

Luke 2:29-32 (Expository) | You Send Your Servant Forth In Peace

 | Artists: Steve Thorngate
Genre: Christian
Release Year: 2013
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by Steve Thorngate on The Luke Canticles (2013).

Luke 2:29-32 (Reference) | Hail to the Lord Who Comes

 | Songwriters: John Ellerton

Luke 2:29-32 (Reference) | Lord, Dismiss Us With Your Blessing

Genre: Liturgical
Release Year: 2012
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by Cardiphonia Music on Songs for Liturgy (2012).

Luke 2:29-32 (Reference) | Lord, Now Lettest Thou Thy Servant Depart

Luke 2:29-32 (Reference) | Nunc Dimittis (Song of Simeon)

 | Artists: Koiné
Artists: Koiné
Release Year: 2014
Hymnal/Album: Introduced by Koiné on Visit (2014).