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Life has come from God the Father

Author: Hazel Davis

Davis, Hazel. Writer and educator, with degrees from Madison College, Columbia University, and the University of Chicago; served in the research division of the National Education Association; Chair of the Commission of Stewardship of the First Methodist Church in Hampton. --The Hymn Society, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Life has come from God the Father
Author: Hazel Davis
Meter: D
Publication Date: 1973
Copyright: Copyright, 1973, by the Hymn Society of America



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