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Jesus Lord, How Joyful You Have Made Us

Jesus A, Nahetotaetanome (Jesus Lord, how joyful you have made us)

Author: John Heap of Birds; Translator: David Graber
Tune: [Jesus, Nahetotaetanome]
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: John Heap of Birds

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Translator: David Graber

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Text Information

First Line: Jesus A, Nahetotaetanome (Jesus Lord, how joyful you have made us)
Title: Jesus Lord, How Joyful You Have Made Us
Cheyenne Title: Jesus A, Nahetotaetanom
Author: John Heap of Birds
Translator: David Graber
Meter: Irregular
Language: Cheyenne; English
Publication Date: 1982
Copyright: © 1982 Mennonite Indian Leaders Conference



Instances (1 - 3 of 3)

Common Praise (1998) #448

Hymnal #9

Tsese-Ma'heone- Nemeotȯtse (Cheyenne Spiritual Songs) #1

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