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There Is Peace and Joy

Soul, by pain and sorrow tried, in the loving Lord confide

Author: Bernard Bates Edmiaston
Tune: [Soul, by pain and sorrow tried, in the loving Lord confide]
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Author: Bernard Bates Edmiaston

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Text Information

First Line: Soul, by pain and sorrow tried, in the loving Lord confide
Title: There Is Peace and Joy
Author: Bernard Bates Edmiaston
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Jesus walks along the road
Publication Date: 1949
Copyright: Copyright, 1949, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. in "Star of Hope"

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Star of Hope #21

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