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Cristo Mesías

Author: Chris Tomlin

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Author: Daniel Carson

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Author: Ed Cash

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Author: Jesse Reeves

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Translator: Chris Tomlin

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Translator: Daniel Carson

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Translator: Ed Cash

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Translator: Francis Castañeda

Francis Castañeda. Musician and Pastor born in Lima Perú (1968). Francis has worked as translator for many different projects and leads Instituto Allegro Internacional where they train worship leaders for churches. Francis Castañeda (email to Hymnary) Go to person page >

Translator: Jesse Reeves

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Text Information

First Line: Quien no pecó, pecado fue
Title: Cristo Mesías
English Title: Jesus Messiah
Author: Chris Tomlin
Author: Daniel Carson
Author: Ed Cash
Author: Jesse Reeves
Translator: Chris Tomlin
Translator: Daniel Carson
Translator: Ed Cash
Translator: Francis Castañeda
Translator: Jesse Reeves
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Cristo Mesías, nombre precioso
Publication Date: 2016
Copyright: ©2008 worshiptogether.com Songs (ASCAP) sixsteps Music (ASCAP) Vamos Publishing (ASCAP) Wondrously Made Songs

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