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Litany of Praise: Our Covenanting God

Author: David A. Hoekema

Born: June 10, 1950, Paterson, New Jersey. Hoekema lived in Grand Rapids, Michigan from age 3, and attended Baxter Christian School (grades 1-7), Oakdale Christian School (grades 8-9), and Grand Rapids Central Christian High School. He went on to attend Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan (BA, Philosophy, 1972), and Princeton University (PhD 1981). As of 2011, he was a Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College. Past member of Musica Alta (Princeton University early music ensemble), Northfield String Band, Calvin Alumni Choir, and Grand Rapids Symphonic Choir; current (2011) member of Adult Choir at Second Christian Reformed Church, Grand Haven, Michigan. He is the composer / author of five hymn texts and four hymn tunes, two of them p… Go to person page >

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First Line: I am your God; you are my people
Title: Litany of Praise: Our Covenanting God
Author: David A. Hoekema (1978)
Notes: Responsive refrain to rreading
Copyright: © 1985 Faith Alive Christian Resources

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JANNA

JANNA is a strong tune built with some repeated phrases and sequences; a unique rhythmic pattern carries this song along resolutely from beginning to end. Sing JANNA in unison with lots of energy on a half-note pulse. This tune also makes a fine solo anthem. Sing stanzas 1 and 2 in antiphonal groups…

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