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Forth from God's throne, into this world of woe

Forth from God's throne, into this world of woe

Author: Luetta Snyder
Tune: [Forth from God's throne, into this world of woe]
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Source: Tabernacle Hymns Number Four: a choice collection of hymns and songs for every religious use #331
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Author: Luetta Snyder

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First Line: Forth from God's throne, into this world of woe
Author: Luetta Snyder
Refrain First Line: Jesus arose, praise his holy name
Copyright: © 1941 Hope Publishing Company

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The Cyber Hymnal #3247
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