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May the Lord God Hear You Pray

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Source: Lift Up Your Hearts: psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs #894
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Author: Michael Perry

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First Line: May the Lord God hear you pray
Title: May the Lord God Hear You Pray
Author: Michael Perry
Meter: 7.7.7.7
Copyright: © 1990 The Jubilate Group, admin. Hope Publishing Company

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TEBBEN

Timothy L. Hoekman (b. Racine, WI, 1954) composed TEBBEN in 1979 for the text "Take My Life and Let It Be" (288), and it was first sung by the Ann Arbor (MI) Christian Reformed Church on May 13,1979. Hoekman dedicated the tune to his grandfather on his mother's side, Kasjen Tebben, who was a Christi…

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