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Thomas Norton

Short Name: Thomas Norton
Full Name: Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584
Birth Year: 1532
Death Year: 1584
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Texts by Thomas Norton (30)sort descendingAsInstances
Blest be the Lord my strength, that dothN. (Author)3
Give praises unto God the LordN. (Author)3
O give ye thanks unto the LordN. (Author)3
O hear my prayer Lord and letN. (Author)3
I love the Lord, because my voice And prayer heard hath he (Norton)N. (Author)3
I mercy will and judgment sing, O Lord God, unto theeThomas Norton (Author)6
In speechless silence do not holdN. (Author)3
Lord hear my prayer, hark the plaintN. (Author)3
Lord, save me from the evil manThomas Norton (Author)3
Not unto us. Lord. not to us. But do thou glory takeThomas Norton (Author)4
Not unto us Lord not to us, But to thy Name give praiseThomas Norton (Author)3
O all ye nations of the world, Praise ye the Lord alwaysN. (Author)3
O Lord I am not puffed in mindN. (Author)1
O Lord thou hast me tried and knownN. (Author)3
O Lord upon thee do I callN. (Author)3
O praise the Lord, praise him, praise himThomas Norton (Author)3
Oft they (now Israel may say)N. (Author)2
Praise ye the Lord, for he is good, For his mercy endureth for everN. (Author)3
Praise ye the Lord, for he is good, His mercy dures for ayeN. (Author)1
Praise ye the Lord, for He is good, His mercies lasting beThomas Norton (Author)2
Praise ye the Lord, for it is good, Unto our God to singN. (Author)3
Praise ye the Lord; for it is good Praise to our God to sing (Scottish)Thomas Norton (Author)7
Remember Davids troubles LordN. (Author)1
Sing ye unto the Lord our GodN. (Author)3
The Lord did say unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand (Norton)N. (Author)3
Thee will I laud my God and KingN. (Author)3
Thee will I praise with my whole heart, My Lord my God alwaysN. (Author)3
Before the Lord God with my voiceN. (Author)3
With heart I do accordN. (Author)3
Yield unto God the mighty LordN. (Author)3
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