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Behold how good and pleasant, and how becoming

Behold how good and pleasant, and how becoming

Author: J. H. Horstmann
Tune: MINTO (Kocher)
Published in 6 hymnals

Author: J. H. Horstmann

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Text Information

First Line: Behold how good and pleasant, and how becoming
Author: J. H. Horstmann

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 6 of 6)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Bible Songs: consisting of selections from the Psalms set to music suitable for Sabbath Schools, prayer meetings, etc. #198Page Scan
Sabbath School Psalmodist #d7
The Presbyterian Book of Praise: approved and commended by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, with Tunes #P106Page Scan
The Presbyterian Hymnal #593Page Scan
The Presbyterian Hymnal #593Page Scan
The Psalter: the Scottish Version of the Psalms Revised, and New Versions Adopted by the United Presbyterian Church #d16
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