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Blest Be God, Praised Forever (Rab ki hove saaa hameshaa)

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Rab ki hove medha serai (Blest be God, LORD of all times and peoles)

Translator: Samuel Paul; Author: Anonymous; Paraphraser (English): James Minchin
Tune: SANAA
Published in 2 hymnals

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Translator: Samuel Paul

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Author: Anonymous

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Paraphraser (English): James Minchin

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Text Information

First Line: Rab ki hove medha serai (Blest be God, LORD of all times and peoles)
Title: Blest Be God, Praised Forever (Rab ki hove saaa hameshaa)
Translator: Samuel Paul
Author: Anonymous
Paraphraser (English): James Minchin
Place of Origin: Pakistan
Language: English; Punjabi
Refrain First Line: Rab ki hove saaa hameshaa (Blest be God, praised forever and worshipped)
Copyright: © 2000 Christian Conference of Asia, admin. GIA Publications, Inc.

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