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How happy the people whose God is the Lord

How happy the people whose God is the Lord

Author: Caroline L. Goodenough
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Caroline L. Goodenough

Copyright records indicate Goodenough was living in Rochester, Massachusetts, in 1931. Her works include: High Lights on Hymn­ists and Their Hymns, 1931 --www.hymntime.com  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: How happy the people whose God is the Lord
Author: Caroline L. Goodenough
Refrain First Line: All things work together for good

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The Gospel Psalter #d43

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