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James Minchin

Short Name: James Minchin
Full Name: Minchin, James
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Texts by James Minchin (12)sort descendingAsInstances
Ask your God, ask your GodJames Minchin, 20th century (Paraphraser)2
Blest be God, praised forever and worshiped (Rab ki hove sanaa hameshaa)James Minchin (Paraphraser (into English))2
Cold is the edge of the night windJames Minchin (Translator)2
Come now, and lift up your hearts and singJames Minchin (Alterer)2
Far beyond our minds' grasp and our tongues declaringJames Minchin (Paraphraser)2
Full of wondrous beauty are God's creative waysJames Minchin (Translator)2
Lovely star in the skyJames Minchin (Translator (from Korean))1
Imegmay pitak ay yay (Lord, your hands have formed this world)James Minchin (Paraphraser)5
Love has filled our human storyJames Minchin (Paraphraser)2
Rabə ki hove (In God's house sing out)James Minchin (Versifier)2
Naego samŭl hyanghayŏ (To the high and kindly hills)James Minchin (Paraphraser)2
Ngayong nagda dapit hapon (When twilight comes and the sun sets)James Minchin (Translator)6
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