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As Rebels, Lord, Who Foolishly Have Wandered

But man rebels, and for one tast doth choose

Author: Stephen P. Starke; Author: Matthew Hale
Tune: WELCOME (Blersch)
ONE LICENSE: 24846
Published in 2 hymnals

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Author: Stephen P. Starke

Rev. Stephen P. Starke has always had a heart for hymns. At a young age, Starke played hymns out of The Lutheran Hymnal and read through the hymnal to pass the time before Sunday services. Pastor Starke graduated from Concordia University Chicago with a BA. While completing his MDiv from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, he attempted his first hymn text and was encouraged to write more. Since that time, he has written more than 175 hymns inspired by music and the Scriptures. He has been commissioned to write hymns for special occasions, including the 125th anniversary of Concordia University Wisconsin, as well as his daughter’s wedding. Because of his extensive work as a hymnwriter, Pastor Starke received an honor… Go to person page >

Author: Matthew Hale

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Text Information

First Line: But man rebels, and for one tast doth choose
Title: As Rebels, Lord, Who Foolishly Have Wandered
Author: Matthew Hale
Author: Stephen P. Starke
Meter: 11.10.11.10
Language: English
Copyright: © 1992 Stephen P. Starke; admin. Concordia Publishing House

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Lutheran Service Book #612

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