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If Jesus Had Not Come

If Jesus had not come, how dark had been the night

Author: Albert C. Norton
Tune: [If Jesus had not come]
Published in 2 hymnals

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Source: Favorite Hymns of Praise #368
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Author: Albert C. Norton

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First Line: If Jesus had not come, how dark had been the night
Title: If Jesus Had Not Come
Author: Albert C. Norton
Refrain First Line: But Jesus came, He came to earth
Publication Date: 1953
Copyright: Copyright 1953 by Hope Publishing Co.

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Favorite Hymns of Praise #368

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Tabernacle Hymns #117

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