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Paul Quinlan

Short Name: Paul Quinlan
Full Name: Quinlan, Paul, 1938-
Birth Year: 1938
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Texts by Paul Quinlan (23)sort descendingAsInstances
Blessed are the poor in spirit, Blessed are the poor in spiritPaul Quinlan (Author)4
Blest be the name of the LordPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Come, let us sing songs of gloryPaul Quinlan (Author)2
From the depth, Lord, hear my voicePaul Quinlan (Author)2
Give thanks to the Lord, for it is good (Quinlan)Paul Quinlan (Author)2
Glory to the Father, sing glory to the SonPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Have mercy, Lord, blot out my sinPaul Quinlan (Author)2
How beautiful your house, O Lord of hostsPaul Quinlan (Author)2
I will guard my ways lest my tongue sinPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Israel went out from EgyptPaul Quinlan (Author)3
Let us all be happy and glad in every landPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Made the heavens and made the earthPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Men who are true can have no shamePaul Quinlan (Author)2
Not to us O LordPaul Quinlan (Author)2
O Lord, God of hosts, how very greatPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Sing Halleluia, sing, sing unto God with joyPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Sing to God a joyous songPaul Quinlan (Author)2
The Lord is King, full of gloryPaul Quinlan (Author)2
The Lord is my Shepherd, he is LordPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Then Jesus spoke as he lifte up his eyesPaul Quinlan (Author)2
Tremble, for the Lord is KingPaul Quinlan (Author)2
When they have planned an evil huntPaul Quinlan (Author)2
When to God I send a pleaPaul Quinlan (Author)2
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