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Psalm 138: The Fragrance of Christ

Author: David Haas

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First Line: I will thank you, Lord, with all of my heart
Title: Psalm 138: The Fragrance of Christ
Author: David Haas
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Lord, may our prayer rise like incense
Copyright: © 1989, GIA Publications, Inc.

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