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Praise the Lord Who Heals

Give thanks for God is gracious

Author: Norman Agatep
Tune: [Give thanks for God is gracious]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: Recording

Author: Norman Agatep

Norman Agatep with Jandi Arboleda, and Rev Manoling Francisco SJ began writing liturgical songs as high school students and many of their songs were eventually made popular through use in Catholic Masses and other liturgical services nationwide. They eventually formed a group, entitled "Bukas Palad." This group has composed many original liturgical and inspirational songs and have become well known in Filipino music. excerpts from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bukas_Palad_Music_Ministry Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Give thanks for God is gracious
Title: Praise the Lord Who Heals
Author: Norman Agatep
Refrain First Line: Praise, praise the Lord who heals
Copyright: © 2010 Jesuit Communication Foundation, Inc.

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Audio

Lift Up Your Hearts #442

Psalms for All Seasons #147B

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