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Source: The Worshiping Church #706
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Paraphraser: Barbara Woollett

Barbara Woollett-- Born on 30 January 1937 in Southampton, where she has lived ever since. Educated at Sholing Secondary School for Girls; married David Woollett, an engineer; they have three children and six grandchildren. She has been a full-time housewife and mother, a volunteer ward assistant in a large city hospital, and a mature student for a GCSE in Drama, as well as being active in a local amateur dramatic group. She is a member of the Jubilate Group. She has written several hymn texts, Psalm versions and other verses. Publications featuring her work include Church Family Worship (1988); Come, Rejoice (1989); Songs from the Psalms (1990); Psalms for Today (1990) which has four of her paraphrases; "Let's Praise" 2 (1994)… Go to person page >

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First Line: How blest are the people possessing true peace
Title: How Blest Are the People
Paraphraser: Barbara Woollett (1985)
Meter: 11.11.11.11
Language: English
Copyright: Words and Desc. © 1990 Hope Publishing Company

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