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658. A charge to keep I have

Text Information
First Line: A charge to keep I have
Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788
Meter: SM
Language: English
Publication Date: 2011
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Calling and Commissioning
Tune Information
Name: CAMBRIDGE (Harrison)
Composer: Ralph Harrison, 1748-1810
Harmonizer: Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 1810-1876 (alt.)
Meter: SM
Key: G Major

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A CHARGE TO KEEP I HAVE (Celebration 666 to Gray Psalter 315)
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A CHARGE TO KEEP I HAVE (Celebration 666)
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A CHARGE TO KEEP I HAVE (United Methodist 413)
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A CHARGE TO KEEP I HAVE (Hymnal for Worship & Celebration 448)
PowerPoint Presentation for Projection
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