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Dad loor a Dios

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1 Jesucristo descendió
De los cieloas a Belén;
Nuestra paz allí nació,
Nuestra dicha, luz y bien.

2 Ha nacido en el mesón
el ungido celstial,
En humilde condieción,
Hecho misero mortal.

3 Por venir a padecer
A los ángeles dejó,
Y nacido de mujer,
Con los hombres habitó.

4 Himnos mil a Dios cantad
Por Jesús, el Salvador,
Alabando su bonda;
Sí, cantad su gran amor.

Source: Culto Cristiano #20

Author: Pedro Castro

Pedro Castro Iriarte. Born in­to a hum­ble Span­ish fam­i­ly, Castro came to Christ as an adult, and be­came as­so­ci­ated with Juan Bau­tis­ta Ca­brera. In his lat­er years he was or­dained a pas­tor in the Span­ish Ref­ormed Church. © The Cyber Hymnal™ Used with permission (www.hymntime.come/tch) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesucristo descendió, De los cielos a Belén
Title: Dad loor a Dios
Author: Pedro Castro
Meter: 7.7.7.7
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Public Domain

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NUN KOMM, DER HEIDEN HEILAND

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