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Come, Sing to the Lord New Songs of Joy

[Come, Sing to the Lord New Songs of Joy]

Author: Daniel B. Merrick
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Daniel B. Merrick

Merrick Daniel B. (Bloomington, Illinois, April 29, 1926--November 11, 2004). Married Dagmar Gustafson in 1952 while a student at Phillips Theological Seminary (A.B., 1948; B.D., 1954); three children. Served churches in Sandoval, Ill.; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Panama Canal Zone; Peoria, Illinois; and Havana, Ill. Won his first hymn writing contest in the mid-1950s. The hymn "O God whose Love Compels Us" was a winning entry for a theme hymn for the American Baptist convention in 1967. Edited the Chalice Hymnal for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). --DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: [Come, Sing to the Lord New Songs of Joy]
Title: Come, Sing to the Lord New Songs of Joy
Author: Daniel B. Merrick
Source: New Honors For His Name (Wayne Leupold, 2004)
Language: English

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Scripture Song Database #768

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