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Father, sending Your anointed Son

Father, sending Your anointed Son

Author: John Richards
Tune: ST. ANDREW (Thorne)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: John Richards

John Richards (b. Bournemouth, Hampshire, England, 1939) received his education at St. John's College in Durham, Emmanuel College in Cambridge, England, and Queen's College in Birmingham, England. Having served as the curate at several parishes in southern England and as a school chaplain, he is currently the director of Renewal Services, a parachurch organization. Richards has published several books, including Exorcism, Deliverance and Healing (1976) and The Church’s Healing Ministry (1986). Bert Polman Go to person page >

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First Line: Father, sending Your anointed Son
Author: John Richards
Copyright: © 1985 John Richards/Renewal Servicing

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Complete Mission Praise #136

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