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O give thanks unto the Lord, for his mercy endureth forever

O give thanks unto the Lord, for his mercy endureth forever

Author: Caroline L. Goodenough
Tune: [O give thanks unto the Lord] (Bradbury)
Published in 7 hymnals

Author: Caroline L. Goodenough

Copyright records indicate Goodenough was living in Rochester, Massachusetts, in 1931. Her works include: High Lights on Hymn­ists and Their Hymns, 1931 --www.hymntime.com  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O give thanks unto the Lord, for his mercy endureth forever
Author: Caroline L. Goodenough
Refrain First Line: O that men would praise the Lord
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 7 of 7)
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Bradbury's Golden Shower of S.S. Melodies #100

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Fresh Leaves for the use of Sabbath Schools #84b

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Sacred Songs No. 2 #165

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Song Garland; or, Singing for Jesus #98b

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Songs of Gladness for the Sabbath School #94b

The Gospel Psalter #d83

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Westminster Sabbath School Hymnal, a collection of hymns and tunes for use in sabbath-schools and social meetings #254

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