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15. The splendour of the King

Text Information
First Line: The splendour of the King
Author: Chris Tomlin, b. 1972
Author: Ed Cash
Author: Jesse Reeves
Publication Date: 2011
Scripture: John 1:11; Psalm 104:1-2; Revelation 5:5-6:9; Revelation 22:13
Topic: The Nature and Mystery of God: The Holy Trinity
Language: English
Refrain First Line: How great is our God, sing with me
Copyright: © 2004 worshiptogether.com Songs/Sixsteps Music
Tune Information
Name: [The splendour of the King]
Composer: Chris Tomlin, b. 1972
Composer: Ed Cash
Composer: Jesse Reeves
Key: A Major
Copyright: © 2004 worshiptogether.com Songs/Sixsteps Music



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