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David Schubert

Short Name: David Schubert
Full Name: Schubert, David, 1942-
Birth Year: 1942
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Texts by David Schubert (13)sort descendingAsInstances
A mighty fortress is our GodDavid Arthur Schubert, 1942- (Translator)2
Dear Christians, one and all, rejoice, Let's celebrate togetherDavid Arthur Schubert, 1942 (Translator)2
From heaven above to earth I come, I have good news for everyoneDavid Arthur Schubert, 1942- (Translator)2
If we will trust in God to guide usDavid Schubert (Translator)2
In you is gladnessDavid Arthur Schubert, 1942- (Translator)2
Lord, take my hand and lead meDavid Arthur Schubert, 1942- (Alterer)1
O dearest Jesus, why aren’t you acquittedDavid Schubert (Translator)2
O Jesus Christ, grow thou in meDavid Arthur Schubert, 1942- (Alterer)1
Our Father, God in heaven above, We are your family through loveDavid Arthur Schubert (Alterer)2
Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness, Leave the gloomy haunts of sadnessDavid Arthur Schubert, 19420 (Alterer)1
Saviour of the nations, come, Known as Virgin Mary's sonDavid Arthur Schubert, 1942-u (Translator)2
See, world, your life suspendedDavid Schubert (Translator)2
Thank you for giving me the morningDavid Arthur Schubert, 1942 (Translator)1
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