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All My Hope

Author: David Crowder

Dsvid Crowder was born in Texarkana, Texas. He was initially the front man for the David Crowder Band. The David Crowder Band was born out of the University Baptist Church in Waco, Texas, where Crowder was a worship leader for 16 years. The band disbanded in 2012. Crowder moved to Atlanta and started a solo career. Dianne Shapiro, from www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2012/januaryweb-only/davidcrowder-january10.html?start… Go to person page >

Author: Ed Cash

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Text Information

First Line: I've been held by the Savior
Title: All My Hope
Author: David Crowder
Author: Ed Cash
Language: English
Refrain First Line: All my hope is in Jesus
Publication Date: 2019
Notes: CCLI# 7068805
Copyright: © 2016 Inot Music, sixsteps Music, worshiptogether.com songs, Alletrop Music (admin. Capitoal CMG Publishing, Music Services, Inc.)

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