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Jesucristo, Palabra del Padre (Jesus, Word from the Father)

Jesucristo, Palabra del Padre (Jesus, Word from the Father proceeding)

Author (Verses): Franciso Malgosa; Author (Refrain), Translator: Ronald F. Krisman
Tune: YA SE HACE TARDE
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Author (Verses): Franciso Malgosa

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Author (Refrain), Translator: Ronald F. Krisman

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First Line: Jesucristo, Palabra del Padre (Jesus, Word from the Father proceeding)
Title: Jesucristo, Palabra del Padre (Jesus, Word from the Father)
Author (Verses): Franciso Malgosa
Author (Refrain), Translator: Ronald F. Krisman
Meter: 10.10.10.10 with refrain
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: ¡Ven, Señor en tu amorte esperamos! (Come, O Lord, for your people are waiting!)
Copyright: © 1982, Obra Nacional de la Buena Prensa; Refrain and tr. © 2011, GIA Publications, Inc.

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Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #367

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