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Jesus Christ, God's only Son

Jesus Christ, God's only Son, praise and honor be to thee!

Author: Alexander Mack, Jr.; Translator: Ora W. Garber
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Author: Alexander Mack, Jr.

Son of Alexander Mack 1679-1735. Go to person page >

Translator: Ora W. Garber

(no biographical information available about Ora W. Garber.) Go to person page >

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First Line: Jesus Christ, God's only Son, praise and honor be to thee!
Title: Jesus Christ, God's only Son
Author: Alexander Mack, Jr.
Translator: Ora W. Garber
Source: Etliche liebliche und erbauliche Lieder, 1788; The Brethren Hymnal, 1951
Copyright: Text copyright ©1951 Church of the Brethren Board


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