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Canto y alabo

Canto y alabo tu nombre, Señor

Author: Terry MacAlmon; Translator: Benjamín Alicea-Lugo
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Author: Terry MacAlmon

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Translator: Benjamín Alicea-Lugo

Benjamí Alicea-Lugo is a Church Historian (Ph.D/Union/NY/'88) and an Ordained Bishop of la Iglesia de Dios/Church of God (Cleveland, TN). Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Canto y alabo tu nombre, Señor
Title: Canto y alabo
English Title: I Sing Praises
Author: Terry MacAlmon
Translator: Benjamín Alicea-Lugo
Language: Spanish
Copyright: ©1989 Integrity's Hosanna! Music (ASCAP) (Admin. by CapitolCMG Publishing.com); Unofficial translation by Mulitingual Church Media

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Praise y Adoración #319b

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