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Vasijas rotas (Sublime gracia)

Mi alma estaba, rota y herida

Author: Joel Houston; Author: Jonas Myrin
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Joel Houston

Joel Houston is a song writer and worship leader. He is part of the worship band Hillsong United, which originated at Hillsong Church, a megachurch based in Sydney, Australia. Houston lives in New York is currently the lead pastor at Hillsong NYC. Dianne Shapiro, from http://hillsong.com/contributor/joel-houston/ accessed 3/7/17 Go to person page >

Author: Jonas Myrin

(no biographical information available about Jonas Myrin.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Mi alma estaba, rota y herida
Title: Vasijas rotas (Sublime gracia)
English Title: All these pieces, broken and scattered
Author: Joel Houston
Author: Jonas Myrin
Source: Tr.: Equipo de traducción de Hillsong
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Ahora puedo ver
Copyright: © 2014 Hillsong Music Publishing (admin. by CapitolCMG Publishing)

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Praise y Adoración #113b

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