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If I Have Been the Source of Pain

Author: C. Maud Battersby

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Translator (into Spanish): Sara Menéndez de Hall

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Translator (from Spanish into English): Janet W. May

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Text Information

First Line: Si fui motivo de dolor, oh Dios (If I have been the source of pain, O God)
Title: If I Have Been the Source of Pain
English Title: If I have wounded any soul today
Author: C. Maud Battersby
Translator (into Spanish): Sara Menéndez de Hall
Translator (from Spanish into English): Janet W. May (1992)
Language: English; Spanish
Copyright: Translation © 1992 The Pilgrim Press
Liturgical Use: Confession Songs



Instances (1 - 5 of 5)

Gather (3rd ed.) #957

More Voices #76

Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #782

The New Century Hymnal #544

Worship (4th ed.) #959

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