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¿Para qué pecar?

¿Para qué pecar si soy salvo, si ya tengo tanta luz?

Author: Alfredo Colom M.
Tune: [¿Para qué pecar si soy salvo, si ya tengo tanta luz?]
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Author: Alfredo Colom M.

Alfredo Colom was a prolific songwriter from Guatemala. He held public office, but ruined his life with alcohol and was considering suicide when an indigenous Guatemalan Christian gave him a New Testament. Eventually he surrendered his life to Christ serving in music and evangelism on the radio and in travels throughout Central and South America. Footnote from Singing the New Testament, hymn #36 Go to person page >

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First Line: ¿Para qué pecar si soy salvo, si ya tengo tanta luz?
Title: ¿Para qué pecar?
Author: Alfredo Colom M.
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: ¿Para qué pecar?
Copyright: © 1954 Singspiration Music/ASCAP. Todos los derechos reservados. Usado con permiso de Benson Music Group, Inc.

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Himnos de la Iglesia #244

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