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El que habita al abrigo de Dios

Author: Roberto Carlton Savage

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Author: Luz Ester Ríos de Cuna

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Text Information

First Line: El que habita al abrigo de Dios
Author: Roberto Carlton Savage
Author: Luz Ester Ríos de Cuna
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Oh yo quiero habitar al abrigo de Dios
Notes: Basada en Salmo 91
Copyright: © 1954 Robert Savage; © 1954; arm. © 1996 Singspriation / ASCAP (admin. por Benson Music Group)



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Cáliz de Bendiciones #254

Celebremos Su Gloria #56

Mil Voces para Celebrar #254

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