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I Will Extol My God, My King

I will extol my God, my King (Te exaltaré, me Dios, mi Rey)

Translator: Eunice L. DeMiller
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Translator: Eunice L. DeMiller

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First Line: I will extol my God, my King (Te exaltaré, me Dios, mi Rey)
Title: I Will Extol My God, My King
Spanish Title: Te exaltaré, me Dios, mi Rey
Translator: Eunice L. DeMiller
Language: English; Spanish
Publication Date: 1979
Copyright: Published in Cantad al Senor Cantico Nuevo edited by Jorge Maldonado Rivera. Permission requested from Iglesia del Pacto Evangelico en el Ecuador. English words copyright 1978 by Mennonite World Conference, Lombard, IL 60148.



ECUADOR, composed by Cardenas, consists of four musical phrases repeated and combined in various ways. The tune was arranged by Raquel Mora Martinez (b. Allende, Coahuila, Mexico, 1940) for Celebremos; she served on the editorial committee that prepared that collection of Hispanic songs and also sup…

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Sing and Rejoice! #40

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