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343. The Potter's Hand

Text Information
First Line: Take me, mold me, use me
Title: The Potter's Hand
Author: Darlene Zschech, 1965-
Publication Date: 2001
Scripture: Romans 9:21; Jeremiah 18:6; Isaiah 64:8; Isaiah 45:9; Psalm 23
Language: English
Copyright: Words © 1997 Darlene Zschech/Hillsong Publishing (Admin. Integrity's Hosanna! Music)
Tune Information
Name: [Take me, mold me, use me]
Composer: Darlene Zschech, 1965-
Key: G Major
Copyright: Music © 1997 Darlene Zschech/Hillsong Publishing (Admin. Integrity's Hosanna! Music)






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