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HE RESTORETH MY SOUL

How often the struggle seems endless and futile

Author: B. M. H.
Tune: [how often the struggle seems endless and futile]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: B. M. H.

Pastored Calvary Tabernacle, Olympia, Washington. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: How often the struggle seems endless and futile
Title: HE RESTORETH MY SOUL
Author: B. M. H.
Refrain First Line: He restoreth my soul, when my feet are so weary
Publication Date: 1963
Copyright: Copyright 1963 by Calvary Melodies in "Calvary Melodies, Book One"

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Calvary Melodies Book One #18

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