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Jehovah reigneth, Hallelujah

Sing for joy, sing for joy

Author: Laurene Highfield
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Laurene Highfield

Laurene Highfield was born in Quincy, Illinois. She wrote about three hundred hymns and sacred songs, the libretto of one orotorio and several cantatas among other works. NN Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Sing for joy, sing for joy
Title: Jehovah reigneth, Hallelujah
Author: Laurene Highfield

Timeline

Instances

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Celestial Chimes #d62
Tribute of Praise #d95
Voices for Christ #d123



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