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Now, Let Us Sing a New Song to the Lord

Author: Naoi Ishida

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Translator: Nobuaki Hanaoka

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Text Information

First Line: Now, let us sing a new song to the Lord
Title: Now, Let Us Sing a New Song to the Lord
Author: Naoi Ishida (1966)
Translator: Nobuaki Hanaoka (1980)
Source: Japanese
Language: English
Publication Date: 1983
Copyright: Trans. copyright © 1983 by Nobuaki Hanaoka; Words used by permission of Naoi Ishida; copyright assigned to the Japanese Hymnal Committee

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