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Norman E. Johnson

Short Name: Norman E. Johnson
Full Name: Johnson, Norman E., 1928-1983
Birth Year: 1928
Death Year: 1983
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Texts by Norman E. Johnson (18)sort descendingAsInstances
Be still and know that I am God, Be still and know that I am GodNorman Johnson (Author)1
Break forth, O beauteous heavenly lightNorman E. Johnson (Author (st. 2))3
Go out— go out with joyNorman Johnson (Author)2
"I am the Door," the Savior saidNorman Johnson (Author)2
I am weak, but thou art strongN. J. (Adapter)1
I believe that Jesus died upon the cross of CalvaryNorman Johnson (Author)3
May our hearts agree with what we sayN. J. (Author)2
O the wonder love of JesusNorman Johnson (Author)2
Pray for me when you kneel at the mercy seatNorman Johnson (Author)2
Thanks for Him who stooped to earthNorman Johnson (Author)2
Thanks, O God, for boundless mercyNorman Johnson, 1928- (Translator)4
The Lord is King, lift up thy voiceNorman Johnson, 1928- (Author)5
Vigilance is our watchwordNorman Johnson (Author)2
We can never know why he loved us soNorman Johnson (Author)3
We come unto Your throne of graceN. J. (Author)2
What love, Christ gave himselfNorman Johnson (Author)2
When lights are lit on Christmas EveNorman Johnson (Author)2
Will it be as day is dawning and the world with beauty wakesNorman Johnson (Author)2
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