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R. Gerald Hobbs

Short Name: R. Gerald Hobbs
Full Name: Hobbs, R. Gerald (Robert Gerald), 1941-
Birth Year: 1941
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Texts by R. Gerald Hobbs (12)sort descendingAsInstances
And everyone beneath the vine and fig treeR. Gerald Hobbs, 1941- (Revisor)1
Come, Christians, join to singR. Gerald Hobbs (Alterer)1
Holy God, we praise Thy NameR. Gerald Hobbs (Translator (v. 4, into English))1
Let us praise the God of truthR. Gerald Hobbs (English and French adapt.)2
Praise to the Lord, all of you, God's servantsR. Gerald Hobbs, b. 1941 (Translator (into French))2
O Word of God incarnateR. Gerald Hobbs (Reviser, v. 2)1
Praise him, praise him, all ye little childrenR. Gerald Hobbs (Adapter and Author, v. 3)1
Teach me, God, to wonder, teach me, God, to seeR. Gerald Hobbs (Alterer)1
This is the day (This is the day)R. Gerald Hobbs (Author, v. 2, 3)1
When morning gilds the skiesR. Gerald Hobbs (Alterer)1
Ye servants of God! Your Master proclaimR. Gerald Hobbs (Alterer)1
Thine arm, O Lord, in days of oldR. Gerald Hobbs (rev.)1
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