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Grandeur of God

Full of wondrous beauty are God's creative ways

Author: E. Walter Marasinghe; Translator: James Minchin (1980)
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Author: E. Walter Marasinghe

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Text Information

First Line: Full of wondrous beauty are God's creative ways
Title: Grandeur of God
Author: E. Walter Marasinghe
Translator: James Minchin (1980)
Source: Sri Lankan
Place of Origin: Sri Lanka
Language: English
Publication Date: 1983
Copyright: © 1983 by E. Walter Marasinghe; Trans. copyright © 1983 by James Minchin. Used by permission of the Christian Conference of Asia.


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Hymns from the Four Winds #8

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