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764. Psalm 31:1-16

Response: (Passion, Palm Sunday & General)
A might fortress is our God,
a bulwark never failing.

Text Information
First Line: A mighty fortress is our God
Title: Psalm 31:1-16
Author: Martin Luther
Translator: Frederick H. Hedge
Publication Date: 1989
Scripture: Psalm 31:1-16
Topic: Psalter; Christian Year: Passion/Palm Sunday; Christian Year: Easter
Language: English
Refrain First Line: A mighty fortress is our God
Notes: Responsive refrain to reading.
Tune Information
Name: [A mighty fortress is our God]
Composer: Martin Luther
Key: C Major



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