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John Thornburg

Short Name: John Thornburg
Full Name: Thornburg, John, 1954-
Birth Year: 1954
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Texts by John Thornburg (31)sort descendingAsInstances
[An Unexpected Guest Arrived]John Thornburg (Author)2
As we part for the towns and citiesJohn Thornburg (Author)2
De Belém, a linda históriaJohn Thornburg, b. 1954 (Versifier)2
"Blessed is he who comes in God's name!"John Thornburg (Author)2
Can God be seen in other waysJohn Thornburg, 1954- (Author)2
Dá-me, Senhor, uma língua erudita (Lord, as I go to proclaim your evangel)John Thornburg, b. 1954 (Versifier)2
Dawk'yaw towgyah thawy báhtawm (Take the saving Word of God)John Thornburg (Author (English))4
Eternal Source of every callJohn Thornburg (Author)2
God the sculptor of the mountainsJohn Thornburg, b. 1954 (Author)10
Gracious Creator of sea and of landJohn Thornburg (Author)2
He Comes to Us This CarpenterJohn D. Thornburg (Author)2
Like the colors of the rainbowJohn Thornburg (Author)2
Now is the time to speakJohn Thornburg (Author)2
O God of every mercyJohn Thornburg, b. 1954 (Versifier)3
O Lord, please listen to my groaningJohn Thornburg, b. 1954 (Versifier)2
On Eden's primal dayJohn Thornburg (Author)2
Our life in the Spirit, our path on the WayJohn Thornburg (Author)2
Praise is the beautiful song that arises within usJohn Thornburg (Author)2
Sing the praise of God our MakerJohn Thornburg (Author)2
Te alabarán, oh Jehová todos los reyes (There's not a king on this earth that will not praise you)John Thornburg, n. 1954 (Translator)2
Ten lepers facing constant scornJohn Thornburg (Author)2
[The Crafty Foe]John Thornburg (Author)2
The man whose little oneJohn Thornburg (Author)2
The One who taught beside the seaJohn Thornburg (Author)2
This is a miracle-moment which God is revealingJohn Thornburg (Author)2
We need a faith so colorblindJohn Thornburg (Author)3
When faith and culture clashJohn Thornburg, 1954- (Author)2
When the faithful worker suffersJohn Thornburg, b. 1954 (Versifier)2
When words alone cannot expressJohn Thornburg (Author)2
[Who Can This Be?]John Thornburg (Author)2
Within the day to dayJohn Thornburg (Author)3
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